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View Resource AWEA Small Wind Turbine Global Market Study

Report on the current state of the worldwide small wind power industry, including growth estimates and installed capacity figures on a region-by-region basis.

http://www.awea.org/_cs_upload/issues/3476_1.pdf
View Resource Wind Energy: Views on the Environment

Eleven page summary of public opinion surveys on the environment in general, renewable energy in general, and wind energy in particular in that order, using data gathered from polling in the U.S.,...

http://archive.awea.org/pubs/documents/oppoll.PDF
View Resource Probabilistic fatigue methodology and wind turbine reliability

Wind turbines subjected to highly irregular loadings due to wind, gravity, and gyroscopic effects are especially vulnerable to fatugue damage. The objective of this study is to develop and illustrate...

http://www.osti.gov/bridge/servlets/purl/266874-v5s1KD/webvi...
View Resource Survey Wind Speed At Turbine Site

Before installing a wind turbine generator, conduct a wind speed survey at the proposed site. It is relatively easy to find out average wind speeds at any location in the world thanks to the...

http://www.reuk.co.uk/Survey-Wind-Speed-at-Turbine-Site.htm
View Resource Betz Limit: Understand the Betz Limit and How It Affects Wind Turbines

Albert Betz was a german physicist who in 1919 concluded that no wind turbine can convert more than 16/27 (59.3%) of the kinetic energy of the wind into mechanical energy turning a rotor. To this day...

http://www.reuk.co.uk/Betz-Limit.htm
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