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Wind power : turbine design, selection, and optimization / Victor Lyatkher.

By: Li︠a︡tkher, V. M. (Viktor Mikhaĭlovich) [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hoboken, New Jersey : Scrivener Publishing, Wiley, [2014]Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118720851; 1118720857; 9781118721117; 111872111X; 9781118721131; 1118721136.Subject(s): Wind turbines | Wind power | SCIENCE -- Energy | Wind power | Wind turbinesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Wind power.DDC classification: 621.31/2136 Other classification: SCI024000 Online resources: Wiley Online Library Summary: "Wind power is the most mature technology of the major sources of renewable energy that have been developed, and more efficient and cost-effective techologies and materials are constantly being sought for turbines and the equipment used on them. Here is a comprehensive and thorough review of the engineering pros and cons for using different kinds of wind turbines in different areas, including offshore. With a full technical knowledge, engineers, managers, and other decision-makers in the wind energy industry can make more informed decisions about increasing capacity, cost-efficiency, and longevity. Covering the various types of wind turbines available, such as new collinear windmills, orthogonal turbines, and others, this highly technical treatment of wind turbines offers engineers, students, and researchers insight into the practical applications of these turbines and their potential for maximum efficiency."-- Provided by publisher.
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"Wind power is the most mature technology of the major sources of renewable energy that have been developed, and more efficient and cost-effective techologies and materials are constantly being sought for turbines and the equipment used on them. Here is a comprehensive and thorough review of the engineering pros and cons for using different kinds of wind turbines in different areas, including offshore. With a full technical knowledge, engineers, managers, and other decision-makers in the wind energy industry can make more informed decisions about increasing capacity, cost-efficiency, and longevity. Covering the various types of wind turbines available, such as new collinear windmills, orthogonal turbines, and others, this highly technical treatment of wind turbines offers engineers, students, and researchers insight into the practical applications of these turbines and their potential for maximum efficiency."-- Provided by publisher.

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