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Hacking the Wind
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AdMan TheL367
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AdMan TheL367,
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8/1/2017 | 1:29:33 PM
Re: Wind Turbines
Those SkySpec drones make it safer for the technicians, now we must make them more secure (Followed you from Here to NextGov and back). Looking for a link to your invitation to digest your research) ☮UT⚛ (DOE SkySpec Ref: https://youtu.be/U38Dm-Vv6ts )
RetiredUser
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7/31/2017 | 2:18:21 PM
Re: Wind Turbines
Dr. Ertek, are you promoting some alternative to wind turbines or are you supporting stronger standards and engineering processes in the development of them?
GurdalErtek
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7/28/2017 | 4:44:47 AM
Wind Turbines
While more wind turbines with higher energy generation capacity are being developed continuously, there should also be consideration for risks, especially failures and accidents. We have conducted an extensive research study on wind turbine accidents around the world and also shared the data that we collected on our page, which I invite you to visit my website.

Best Regards, Dr. Gurdal Ertek 


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