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Wind Turbines

Theory and Practice

By (author) Colin Anderson
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Published: 20th Feb 2020
Dimensions: w 182mm h 260mm d 19mm
Weight: 830g
ISBN-10: 1108478328
ISBN-13: 9781108478328
Barcode No: 9781108478328
Synopsis
In the multi-disciplinary field of wind energy, students and professionals can often be uncomfortable outside their own specialist areas. This essential textbook explains the key aspects of wind turbine technology and its application in a single readable text. Covering a broad range of multi-disciplinary topics, including everything from aerodynamics through to electrical and control theory, to structures, planning, economics, and policy, this reference is an excellent toolkit for undergraduate students, postgraduate students, and professionals in the field of wind energy. Key concepts, including more challenging ones such as rotational sampling of turbulence, vortex wake structures, and reactive power management, are explained using clear language and simplifying illustrations including experimental graphs, photos, and line drawings.

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'A very clear, accurate, informative and interesting account. I wish I had read it 15 years ago!' Nicholas Gubbins, Community Energy Scotland 'Lucid and insightful, well set out and well thought out, this is a great textbook covering all the key aspects of wind turbine design and use.' Peter Jamieson, Strathclyde University 'Multidisciplinary overview of wind energy technology, based on personal experience. A lifetime in wind energy, provides relevant up-to-date practical information.' Jaap de Boer, Energy Watch NL