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Wind turbine slide show 1
Wind turbine slide show 1
Wind turbine slide show 1
Wind turbine slide show 1
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    • 1. Wind farms THE WORK OF: 1/NAHAR ALNASSAR2/ABDULELAH MURAD 3/YAZEED ALMOMEN 4/KHALID MANSOUR 5/ABDULRAHMAN ALMOAMER
    • 2. About Wind turbineIt is a machine that converts movement from wind toelectricity.
    • 3. LocationIt should be located in a clear area where wind isusually heavy.
    • 4. BladesThe speed of the wind is the main factor to move theblades, witch convert it to electricity
    • 5. GeneratorsThe wind and the blades are the main factor to get thegenerator working.
    • 6. Transmission systemIt’s the system that controls the movement of the blades tomake it constant.
    • 7. ReferencesSiemens, Energy efficiency in the Middle East. (n.d.) article about Renewableenergy Retrieved from. http://www.siemens.ae/energy-efficiency/renewable-energy.html?stc=saccc020019Studies about the energy matters Australia, (n.d.) article about How a windturbine works, Retrieved from. —http://www.energymatters.com.au/renewable-energy/wind-energy/alternative-energy-news information, (n.d.) article about the windpower, Retrieved from. http://www.alternative-energy-news.info/technology/wind-power/Wind Solar Energy organization, (n.d.) article about the locations, Retrievedfrom http://www.windsolarenergy.org/map-of-best-locations-for-wind-power.htmLeipzig. University at Germany, (n.d.) article about Physics of WindTurbines, Retrieved from. http://uni-leipzig.de/~energy/ef/15.htm
    • 8. Pictures ReferencesUntitled photograph of Turbine Aerodynamics and blades (n/d) Retrieved since24/DEC/2012http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/green-science/wind-power3.htmUntitled photograph of the location of the wind turbine(n/d) retrieved since24/DEC/2012 http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/apr/29/wind-farms-night- temperatures-studyUntitled photograph of wind turbine generator (n/d) retrieved since24/DEC/2012 http://www1.eere.energy.gov/wind/wind_how.html Untitled photograph of the transmission system (n/d) retrieved since 24/DEC/2012 http://vextec.wordpress.com/2011/03/18/wind-turbine-gearbox-reliability- the-impact-of-rotor-support/

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