How Is Wind Power Made?


Wind power, much like other forms of renewable energy, is made by the turning of propeller blades by wind. When the blades spin, the axle they're held on turns inside of a generator which acts as an alternator. The axle spins at a faster rate than the actual propellers which causes magnets inside the generator to produce a large amount of electricity.
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Wind power is made by the use of incredibly large wind turbines. A motor inside the turbine spins at a higher rate than the actual rotation of the blades themselves and produces a
lots of power.
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Wind turbines are designed to exploit the wind energy that exists at a location. Aerodynamic modeling is used to determine the optimum tower height, control systems, number of blades
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