Wind turbine
Course:- Mechanical Engineering
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Wind turbines are becoming more and more common as a method of energy production, wind turbines by their very nature are dynamic and are subject to and create their own internal and external kinematics and kinetics.

Your task is to pick a section of Victorian coastline and erect a wind turbine/s that is capable of producing 100 kW every hour averaged over one week. Your turbine will be of any style and design to suit the circumstances; you will need to consider wind conditions to electrical generation.  You will need to looks at both the kinematics and the kinetics of the motion.

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