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Wind Power Fundamentals

 Alex Kalmikov, Katherine Dykes, Kathy Araujo
  24th-Sep-2016
Description: Wind Power Wind Power Fundamentals:- Origin of Wind:Wind Atmospheric air in motion Energy source Solar radiation differentially absorbed by earth surface converted through convective processes due to temperature differences to air motion. Spatial Scales:- Planetary-scale: global circulation. Synoptic scale: weather systems. Meso-scale: Local topographic or thermally induced circulations. Micro-scale: urban topography. Efficiency in Extracting Wind Power:- Betz Limit & Power Coefficient: Power Coefficient, Cp, is the ratio of power extracted by the turbine to the total contained in the wind resource Cp = P to the total contained in the wind resource Cp=PT/PW.
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Category: Wind/Water/Geo
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Contents:
Wind Power
Fundamentals
Presented by:
Alex Kalmikov and Katherine Dykes
With contributions from:
Kathy Araujo
PhD Candidates, MIT Mechanical
Engineering, Engineering Systems and
Urban Pl
U b Planning
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MIT Wind Energy Group &
Renewable Energy Projects in Action
Email: wind@mit.edu

Overview
History of Wind Power
Wind Physics Basics
Wind Power Fundamentals
Technology Overview
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Wind Power Fundamentals

Wind Potential Worldwide Estimate: 40x the current power consumption or morethan 5 times global use of all energy forms (Lu et al, 2009). Wind Notables: Cost competitive in areas w

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