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4.5. Templin R. J. Aerodynamic Performance Theory for the NRC Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine, National Aeronautical Eestablishment of the National Research Council of Canada, LTR-LA-160, June, 1974.

4.6. Wilson R. E, Lissaman P. B. S. Applied Aerodynamics of Wind Power Machines, Oregon State University, May, 1974.

4.7. Strickland J. H. The Darrieus Turbine: A Performance Prediction Model Using Multiple Streamtubes, Sandia Laboratories, SAND 75-0431, October, 1975.

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4.9. Barzda J. J. e. a. Structural Design of Blades for the Sandia 17 m Vertical-Axis Wing Turbine, Kaman Aerospace Corporation, Phase 1 Final Report R-1473, Contract № 02-7472, August, 1976.

4.10. Weingarten L. I., Lobitz D. W. Blade Structural Analysis, Proceeding, of the Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine Technology Workshop, Sandia Laboratories, SAND 76—5586, II, p. 137—150, May 17—20, 1976.

4.11. Biffle J. H. System Structural Response, Proceedings of Vertical-Axis-Wind Turbine Technology Workshop, Sandia Laboratories, SAND 76—5586, II,. p. 168—179, May 17—20, 1976.

4.12. Blackwell B. F., Sheldahl R. E. Selected Wind Tunnel Test Results for the Darrieus Wind Turbine, Proceedings of Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine Technology Workshop, Sandia Laboratories, SAND 76—5586, 11, p. 59—72, May 17—20,. 1976.

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4.15. Rodeman R. Effects of System Imbalance, Proceedings of the Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine Program Technical Quarterly Report April—June 1976, Sandia Laboratories, SAND 76—0581, November, 1976.

4.17. Reuter R. C, Jr. Tower Analysis. Proceeding of the Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine Technology Workshop, Sandia Laboratories, SAND 76—5586, 11„ p. 151—167, May 17—20, 1976.

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5.27. Linke S., Teshome A., Yehsakul P. D. A Study of Transmission and Protection Elements for Wind Energy Generating Systems, Brookhaven National Laboratory (unpublished), December, 1975.

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