The space is designed to resemble the ship where the “Little Mermaid” met her prince, which instills the history of this area into visitors. The site is located in a small city within Copenhagen Port. It has been reduced to ruins due to economic transformation, and the restructuring of the in-Fourteen subsurface masts extend to the sky. Connecting water, ground, and roof as one. The west side of the roof extends to the sea directly towards the statue of the “Little Mermaid”. This allows access to visitors with the desire to enjoy a city rich in beauty and history. Wind enters from the west, it’s held in the center of the space, and exits from openings in the roof. In turn, disks on the masts sail. This converts wind energy into electricity. The central hall is constructed of curtain walls, which channels the wind upwards. This protects visitors positioned at the perimeter of the structure. It also retains an open view of the surrounding area.
The central hall is constructed of curtain walls, which channels the wind upwards. This protects visitors positioned at the perimeter of the structure. It also retains an open view of the surrounding area.
We utilized the technology of Quietrevolution QR5 V1.3 and V1.4 as a basis for our energy production.
Power The projected peak power at 16m/s is: 8.5kW aerodynamic; 7.0kW DC; 6.5kW grid
Annual energy yield 4197 kWh at 5m/s to BWEA standards; Up to 7,500 kWh at 7m/s No reduction in power output at up to 40% turbulence intensity.
Operating wind speeds Cut in at sustained 5m/s; Cut out sustained 26m/s