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1950-1955 : The prototypes
The choice of the site
Construction
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Establishment of the site
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Design features
The wind turbine commented
Sights on the wind turbine
Close-ups on the wind turbine
The research station
The tilting of the wind turbine
1959: Record of production
Disassembling the generator
Some figures
Documentation
1966: the scraping
Remains of the wind turbine
Great power wind turbines
Where are the archives?
Lucien Romani
L. Romani & l'O.N.E.R.A.
The wind turbine & N.A.S.A.
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From Nogent-le-Roi, one reaches the site of the wind turbine by taking the road of Ormoy (D 26) then the D 148 (Courville road) along the castle wall towards the site called "The Place ". One can still see the rests of the wind turbine located 2 miles on this road.

These pictures illustrate the impression that the visitor felt on arriving at the Research Station on wind energy.

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The D 148 called "Route de Courville" at that time.
On the left, the wall of the castle and the line MV 15 000 volts.
   
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Click on the pictures to see their actual size).

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