nacelle nacelle


  • (n) a streamlined enclosure for an aircraft engine


  1. Generous amounts of drive plasma are vented from the starboard warp nacelle always good.
  2. After the aircraft is high in the air, the cylinders will be drawn back into the engine's nacelle and the cone will be opened.
  3. But when company engineers, in wind-tunnel tests, purposely weakened nacelle struts to about the same condition as those on the crashed Electras, the fatal chain reaction began.


  • Service Lifts Take Wind Industry Higher

    Nacelle access solutions such as ladders and climb-assist technologies have been in place since there have been wind turbines, but as turbines get taller, service lifts (SLs) are becoming the solution of choice for new-built towers.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Renewable Energy World

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  • "The Howard government's narrow-minded refusal to extend the Mandatory Renewable Energy Target has resulted in fewer projects for Vestas than originally envisaged when it established its nacelle factory in 2003," Mr Aird said in a statement.
    on Aug 24, 2006 By: Michael Aird Source: The Age

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