November 11, 2016
CategoriesWind Turbines

A wind turbine is a gadget creates electrical energy by changing the wind’s kinetic energy. Wind turbines are designed in an extensive variety of horizontal and vertical shaft. The littlest turbines are utilized for applications, for example, battery charging for caravans or boats or to supply power to traffic signals. Somewhat bigger turbines can be…

December 22, 2014
CategoriesWind Turbines

Wind turbines are undeniably great. They don’t pollute and they do make electricity. In order to operate they use 500-600 times less water than coal or nuclear sources. They come in sizes as small as 250 watts, the sort you might see in someone’s backyard or on their roof. On a windy day they could make…

December 12, 2014
CategoriesWind Turbines

Wind power is currently the fastest-growing source of electricity production in the world with about a quarter of a million wind turbines operating around the globe in over 90 countries.   We now have an output of 336 GW (June 2014), with wind energy production at 4% of total worldwide electricity usage, and growing rapidly; this has prevented 518…

October 30, 2014
CategoriesWind Turbines

General Electric has installed its 1,500th wind turbine in Canada, bringing the vendor’s fleet capacity in the country to 2GW in four provinces – Alberta, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec. The landmark turbine is a GE 1.6MW unit with a 100-meter rotor for China Longyuan Canada’s Dufferin wind farm, the developer’s first wind farm in North…

October 18, 2012
CategoriesWind Turbines

In 1913, Nikola Tesla discovered Tesla turbine was produced again in today’s technology. Tesla is a really genius smartest person i have ever seen. He invented AC Current Generators and Motors, Radio, Fluorescent, Radar, MRI, Laser Technology, Robotics Technology, Earthquake Machine and many more in fact, it can be used today, thanks to science, man. I think Tesla is clearly the best scientist. How does the Tesla turbine works ? Wind…

August 2, 2011
CategoriesWind Turbines

We know about turbines something less or more but have you ever think about how big wind turbines can be? Norway has announced plans to build the world’s largest wind turbine.  The turbine will measure 533 feet high with a rotor diameter of 475 feet.  With that big size will also come big power – the turbine is expected to…

July 26, 2011
CategoriesWind Turbines

Another type of turbine developed at about the same time as the Darrieus was the Savonius turbine, developed in Finland by S. J. Savonius. This is anothervertical axis machine which needs no orientation into the wind. Alternative energy enthusiasts often build this turbine from used oil barrels by cutting the barrels in half lengthwise and welding the two halves back together offset from…

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