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10 MW Wind turbine direct-drive generator design with pitch or active speed stall control. / Polinder, H; Bang, DJ; van Rooij, RPJOM; McDonald, AS; Mueller, MA.

International electric machines and drives conference IEMDC '07. ed. / s.n. Piscataway : IEEE Society, 2007. p. 1390-1395.

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Polinder, H, Bang, DJ, van Rooij, RPJOM, McDonald, AS & Mueller, MA 2007, 10 MW Wind turbine direct-drive generator design with pitch or active speed stall control. in s.n. (ed.), International electric machines and drives conference IEMDC '07. IEEE Society, Piscataway, pp. 1390-1395, International electric machines and drives conference IEMDC '07, Antalya, 3/05/07. https://doi.org/doi:10.1109/IEMDC.2007.383632

APA

Polinder, H., Bang, DJ., van Rooij, RPJOM., McDonald, AS., & Mueller, MA. (2007). 10 MW Wind turbine direct-drive generator design with pitch or active speed stall control. In s.n. (Ed.), International electric machines and drives conference IEMDC '07 (pp. 1390-1395). Piscataway: IEEE Society. https://doi.org/doi:10.1109/IEMDC.2007.383632

Vancouver

Polinder H, Bang DJ, van Rooij RPJOM, McDonald AS, Mueller MA. 10 MW Wind turbine direct-drive generator design with pitch or active speed stall control. In s.n., editor, International electric machines and drives conference IEMDC '07. Piscataway: IEEE Society. 2007. p. 1390-1395 https://doi.org/doi:10.1109/IEMDC.2007.383632

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Polinder, H ; Bang, DJ ; van Rooij, RPJOM ; McDonald, AS ; Mueller, MA. / 10 MW Wind turbine direct-drive generator design with pitch or active speed stall control. International electric machines and drives conference IEMDC '07. editor / s.n. Piscataway : IEEE Society, 2007. pp. 1390-1395

BibTeX

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