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Unformatted text preview: Hom Problem 1 A wind turbine with a rotor diameter Assume an air density equal to 1.2 k that is to serve a community of 30,00 a turbine spacing of 2.5 rotor diamet the wind. (a) Estimate the power production fro (b) How many turbines will be require (c) Estimate the dimensions of the w (d) How many acres will be required (e) If the average house is on a 0.25 community? mework 4  Solutions of 65 m possesses a power coefficient of 0. kg/m 3 . The turbine is to be used in a wind far 00 homes. Each house will require 3 kW. Th ters perpendicular to the wind and 8.2 rotor rom one turbine. red in the wind farm for the community? ind farm. for the wind farm? 5acre lot, how large will the wind farm be in .30 in an 6.5 m/s wind. rm he wind farm will have diameters parallel to comparison to the Problem 2 The output power versus velocity pro diameter is 80 m, the air density is 1 m/s, while the rated speed is 13 m/s 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 2 4 Power Capacity (kW) Po ofile for a wind turbine is provided in Figure .225 kg/m 3 , the cutin speed is 4 m/s, and c /s , and the corresponding rated capacity is...
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 Spring '11
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 m/s, Wind turbine, Wind farm, Capacity factor, power density

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