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View Resource Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Wind Power

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and it is also the element with the most energy per unit of weight! However, hydrogen gas does not exist naturally on earth?it is only found i...

http://learn.kidwind.org/sites/default/files/fuelcells.pdf
View Resource Wind Energy Math Calculations: Understanding Coefficient of Power (Cp) and Betz Limit

The coefficient of power of a wind turbine is a measurement of how efficiently the wind turbine converts the energy in the wind into electricity.

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View Resource Wind Energy Math Calculations: Measuring the Swept Area of Your Wind Turbine

Being able to measure the swept area of your blades is essential if you want to analyze the efficiency of your wind turbine.

http://www.harnessnature.com/aaaPdfs/SUPPORT_Math_SweptArea....
View Resource Wind Energy Math Calculations: Gear Ratios

Math calculations.

http://www.harnessnature.com/aaaPdfs/SUPPORT_Math_GearRatios...
View Resource How to Collect & Analyze Local Wind Data

Wind speed data is vital to understanding how much electricity a turbine could produce at a particular site. While there is a great deal of general weather data that can be found on the Internet at...

http://www.harnessnature.com/aaaPdfs/LESSON_localwinddata.pd...
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