Are flywheels and dual-mass flywheels used in wind turbines? Would it make sense to use dual-mass flywheels in applications where the turbine blades have less inertia? Does a non-standard design for the dual-mass flywheel (with elastic for example connecting the two parts where the first part is allowed to rotate further before moving the second part) make sense sometimes?
How does the turbine quickly and often becoming misaligned with the wind, like I think I see airborne systems do often, impact this?
Sorry if these are ignorant questions.