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Chord (m)

15 Unconstrained chord

10

Constrained chord Spanwise split

5

0 0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

Rotor Radius (m) Figure 6-2 Spanwise and chordwise joint locations for 95 m blade

Chord (m)

15 Unconstrained chord

10

Constrained chord Spanwise split

5 0 0

10

20

30

40

50 60 70 Rotor Radius (m)

80

90

100

110

120

Figure 6-3 Spanwise and chordwise joint locations for 115 m blade

Table 6-1 Major dimensions for all modular blade variants Blade (m) 75

95

115

Part

Length (m)

Max. Width (m)

Max. Chord (m)

Prebend (m)

Mass (tonne)

1

40.0

3.10

4.71

0.49

16.45

2

35.0

0.45

2.14

2.49

8.86

1

50.0

3.91

4.75

0.59

41.28

2

45.0

0.59

2.74

3.16

22.23

3

20.0

0.52

1.19

0.00

4.00

1

57.5

4.50

4.75

0.63

41.28

2

57.5

0.79

3.44

3.87

22.23

3

35.0

0.63

2.41

0.00

7.00

Note: Maximum width for Part 1 is root diameter. Other parts are maximum thickness.

DNV GL – Document No.: 10080081-HOU-R-01, Issue: C, Status: FINAL www.dnvgl.com

Notes Inboard seg mass 65% of total Outboard seg mass 35% of total Inboard seg mass 65% of total Outboard seg mass 35% of total Root cuff mass WAG for shipping est. Inboard seg mass 65% of total Outboard seg mass 35% of total Root cuff mass WAG for shipping est.

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