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Wind turbine

  1. 1. Wind Turbine:The Speed of the Wind & the Rate of Energy Production May,2012 By: Khalid Shakaki Abdullaziz Al-Nami
  2. 2. _ Introduction._ The Relationship._ Power Law._ Explanation._ Conclusion.
  3. 3. Wind turbines is a machine that convertingthe kinetic energy in the wind first into rotational kinetic energy
  4. 4. If the speed of the wind increase that mean the turbine will produce more electricity and temperature in the generator will increase also.
  5. 5. In the law before, we calculate the rotationalkinetic power produced in a wind turbine at itsrated wind speed.
  6. 6. This value is normally defined by the turbine designers but it is important to understand the relationship between all of these factors.
  7. 7. • Harvey, Danny. (2010). Carbon-Free Energy Supply. by Earthscan.• A.L. Rogers, J.F. Manwell, J.G. Mcgowan. (2009). Wind EnergyExplained. By Jhon Wiley & Sons Ltd..• Jess. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Wind Turbine PowerCalculations. The Royal Academy of Engineering.www.raeng.org.uk/.../pdf/.../23_Wind_Turbine.pdf• Person Chemistry.• Dr. Soyfer.

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