Wind Turbine Project: Working Drawings

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Produced by the Technology Enhancement Programme (TEP) these are the working drawings for producing a working wind turbine in the workshop. The turbine consists of six 130mm blades arranged on a central axle and attached via plastic gears to a dc generator.

A total of twelve, detailed drawings are included. These cover:

• Assembly drawing
• Side elevations
• Front elevations
• Front plate
• Back plate
• Machined surfaces
• Motors and gears
• Blades and tail
• Spindle and hub

Images of the manufactured parts, jigs and fixtures for the wind turbine can be found at: component parts.

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