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Nordex SE is a European company that designs, sells and manufactures wind turbines. The company's headquarters is located in the German city of Rostock while management is situated in Hamburg. Production takes place in Rostock as well as in China and for a brief time in Jonesboro, Arkansas.[2] The company was founded in 1985 in Give, Denmark. Since then the company steadily grew. In 1995 Nordex was the first company to mass-produce a 1 MW turbine.

Contents

1 Wind turbines

1.1 Technical data 2.5MW Gamma class[3] 1.2 Delta-Class

2 See also 3 References 4 External links

Wind turbines[edit] Nordex N80, Scout Moor wind farm Currently Nordex manufactures two platforms of wind turbines, rated at 2.4 and 3.3 MW. In Europe, Africa and North America Nordex manufactures and sells the Gamma series, a product family comprising the N90/2500, the N100/2500 and the N117/2400. The N90/2500 is a turbine being developed for strong winds. The N100/2500 consists of two versions, Highspeed and Lowspeed, the first one for rather windy locations, the second for medium wind conditions. The N117/2400 was designed especially for low-wind regions (IEC 3). The hub height of the 2.4-2.5 MW windturbines reaches from 65 meters for the N90/2500 to 141 meters for the low wind version of the N117/2400.

Technical data 2.5MW Gamma class[3][edit] N100/2500 in the United States. Nordex N117/2400 (Gamma) in Germany

Parameter N80 IEC1 N90 IEC1 N90 IEC2 N100 IEC 2 N100 IEC3 N117/2400 IEC3

Rated Power (kW) 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,400

Cut-in wind speed (m/s) 3 3 3 3 3 3

Cut-out wind speed (m/s) 25 25 25 25 25 20

Rotor diameter (m) 80 90 90 100 100 117

Swept area (m²) 5,026 6,362 6,362 7,823 7,823 10,751

m² per MW 2,010 2,548 2,548 3,129 3,129 4,480

Revolutions per minute 10.8-18.9 10.3-18.1 9.6-16.8 9.6-14.8 9.6-14.8 7.5-13.2

Overspeed control Pitch Pitch Pitch Pitch Pitch Pitch

Gearbox yes yes yes yes yes yes

Generator double-fed asynchronous generator double-fed asynchronous generator double-fed asynchronous generator double-fed asynchronous generator double-fed asynchronous generator double-fed asynchronous generator

Grid frequency 50/60 Hertz 50/60 Hertz 50/60 Hertz 50/60 Hertz 50/60 Hertz 50/60 Hertz

Hub height (m) 60 65/70/80 80/100 75/80/100 80/100/140 91/120/141

Delta-Class[edit] Delta-Class-Turbine In 2013 Nordex launched the Delta-Class-Series, entering series production in January 2014 with prototypes installed in mid-2013. There will be two new types of turbines, the N100/3300 strong-wind turbine and the N117/3000, which is designed for medium-wind sites. Both turbines feature the rotorblades already used in the Gamma-Series, with the rotorblades of the N117 being slightly upgraded to withstand the higher wind speeds in IEC wind class 2a. Both turbines are equipped with a three-stage gearbox and a doubly fed asynchronous generator.[4][5]

See also[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Nordex. Lamma Winds List of wind turbine manufacturers Wind power in Germany Offshore wind power References[edit]

^ a b c d e f "Annual Report 2016" (PDF). Nordex. Retrieved 27 October 2017. 

^ [url=http://talkbusiness.net/2014/06/trinity-industries-re-open-nordex-factory-jonesboro/ Trinity Industries To Locate Railcar Facility At Nordex Factory In Jonesboro]

^ Nordex platform brochure Gamma-Generation

^ http://www.windpowermonthly.com/article/1169324/Close---Nordex-launches-Delta-turbine-series-EWEA

^ http://www.nordex-online.com/fileadmin/MEDIA/Kundenzeitschrift/EN/Nordex-Magazin_360_01_en.pdf

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