Think you’ve got the right answer(s) to this week’s Wind Study? Let’s find out!
On Monday, we asked for help determining the “swept area” of a One Energy wind turbine rotor. We also needed assistance figuring out the tip speed of our turbine blades at a variety of RPMs (rotations per minute).
(If you haven’t read Monday’s question yet, you can view it here.) To check your answers, click the link below!
Pictured below is a One Energy Wind for Industry project located in Findlay, Ohio; the three turbines power a local manufacturing facility. Each turbine’s rotor (comprised of three blades and a hub) can be seen in the photo.