- n a streamlined enclosure for an aircraft engine
- Generous amounts of drive plasma are vented from the starboard warp nacelle always good.
- 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.
- 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.
News & Articles
- 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.
June 11, 2013 - Renewable Energy World
- Michael Aird in The Age
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.