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Denmark's technical university gets international turbine blade test center

In the summer of 2017, a brand new testing center will be ready at the Technical University of Denmark, which will be used for purposes including the testing of wind turbine blades.

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A new test center is headed to the Department of Wind Energy at Denmark's Technical University (DTU) where the topping-out ceremony for the project has just been held.

The test center is being built for research in the strength and fatigue of large structures, which includes the blades of wind turbines as these are exposed to complex loading.

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