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Rotor that is designed with the blades rotating in back of the tower. (ELWIN, 1976, p. 21). 1, record 1, English, - down%2Dwind%20rotor
Horizontal-axis wind systems can be upwind or downwind ... In a down-wind design, the wind first passes over the generator and then the rotor. (MAWIN, 1981, p. 90). 1, record 1, English, - down%2Dwind%20rotor
L'éolienne principale est placée à l'aval du support et s'oriente automatiquement dans le lit du vent comme une girouette. 3, record 1, French, - %C3%A9olienne%20auto%2Dorientable
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