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Wind Energy by Álex Muñiz and Rubén Muñiz

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School project on energy resources for the bilingual section of the class of Technology.

School project on energy resources for the bilingual section of the class of Technology.

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  • 1.  1. Definición y esquema / Definition and diagram. 2. Funcionamiento / Operation. 3. Ventajas e inconvenientes / Advantages and disadvantages
  • 2.  4. Plantas de Galicia y España/Plants of Galicia and Spain 5. Plantas de Europa y del mundo/Plants of Europe and the world 6. Conclusiones/Conclusions 7. Bibliografía/Bibliography
  • 3. Energía eólica: Energía cinética generada porefecto de las corrientes de aire, y que estransmutada en otras formas útiles para lasactividades humanas.Wind power: Kinetic energy generated by theeffect of draughts, which is transmuted into otheruseful forms to be used in human activities.
  • 4.  Renovable. Limpia. de instalación rápida. No requiere una combustión que produzca CO2. Puede instalarse en zonas desérticas o en el mar.
  • 5.  combinada permite la autoalimentación de viviendas. Permite cubrir la demanda de energía en España un 30%.
  • 6.  no puede ser utilizada como única fuente de energía eléctrica. Es necesario construir unas líneas de alta tensión.
  • 7.  Es necesario suplir las bajadas de tensión eólicas. Uno de los grandes inconvenientes es la dificultad de prever la generación con antelación.
  • 8.  renewable . clean energy. rapid installation. It does not need a combustion that produces CO2. It can be set up in desert zones or in the sea.
  • 9.  Its combined use allows the self-supply of households. 30 % allows to cover the demand of energy in Spain.
  • 10.  It cannot be used as the only electrical source of energy. It is necessary to construct a few lines of high tension that are capable of leading the maximum amount of electricity that the installation can produce.
  • 11.  It is necessary to replace the wind voltage reductions. One of the biggest disadvantages is the difficulty of foreseeing the generation in advance.
  • 12.  Fourth wind power producer in Europe Sixth in the world. In 2007, the total power managed reached 2414.92 megawatts (MW).
  • 13.  Cuarta potencia eólica de Europa La sexta del mundo. En 2007, la potencia total gestionada por la Asociación Eólica de Galicia alcanzó los 2.414,92 MW.
  • 14. •A 30 de Abril de 2012 la potencia eólica instalada era de 21 % de lanacional.•Desde el 2009 es la tercera fuente de energía.•On April 30, 2012 the wind power installed was 21 % of Spain’s total.•Since 2009, it has been the third most important source of energy.
  • 15.  De Francia e Inglaterra y se distribuyeron por el continente. Estructuras de madera, que se giraban alrededor de un poste central para levantar sus aspas al viento.
  • 16.  From France and England, they spread throughout the continent. Initially wood structures which turned around a central post to raise their arms to the wind.
  • 17.  Antes de este proyecto pensábamos que la energía eólica era muy buena y que apenas tenía inconvenientes pero ahora ya sabemos algunos más pero sigue valiendo la pena y que también se pueden poner en el mar.
  • 18.  Before this project we thought that wind power was very good and that it scarcely had any inconveniences, but although we know some more now, it is still worthy and can also be installed in the sea.
  • 19.  Wind energy in europe wikipedia wind energy wind energy in Galicia

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