Carbon nanotubes 'could aid larger wind-blade design'

The industry is looking for ever-larger blades

The industry is looking for ever-larger blades

The wind-power industry’s drive for ever-larger rotors may be helped by a carbon nanotube-reinforced polyurethane (CNT PU) turbine-blade concept under development at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland, US.

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