Pressure Scanner improves wind turbine efficiency

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Digital pressure scanner can be embedded in turbine blade profiles

Tiny pressure scanner enables big improvements for wind turbine manufacturers in capturing energy more efficiently.

Evolution Measurement has introduced an extremely small pressure scanner to assist wind turbine manufacturers in extracting more efficiency from their equipment.

The EvoScann P16-A pressure scanner is so small that it can fit inside a turbine blade whilst it measures the aerodynamic pressure distribution and therefore the blade’s effectiveness.

Its small size means it can unobtrusively reach previously unmeasured places, resulting in much more meaningful measurements for engineers, which ultimately enables improved aerodynamic efficiency of the blades.

With EvoScann, Evolution Measurement has risen to the call from customers for a super small pressure scanner, which reliably delivers digital data at speed, with accuracy and the high-performance and robustness that these applications demand. Available in 8, 16 or 64 channel configurations, the EvoScann pressure scanner is ideal for aerodynamic pressure scanning.

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