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The Theme Of Inherit The Wind

- In the play Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, the theme is that every person has the right to think. One example of the theme of this play is Rachel's progression towards independent thinking. In the beginning Rachel fears her father greatly. She says, "I remember feeling this way when I was a little girl. . . .But I was always more frightened of him that I was of falling. It's the same way now" (48-49). However, by the end of the book she has grown away from her father, and now has her own opinions and thoughts....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Ode To The West Wind

- " Ode to the West Wind" was written by Percy Bysshe Shelley shortly before his death in 1822. Shelley spent the majority of his life in England where he was born to an upper class family. He attended Eton for his primary education and Oxford University until he was expelled for the publication of The Necessity of Atheism. Shortly after being expelled, Shelley married a commoner named Harriet Westbrook , which upset his family because of his wife’s low social standing. The marriage was short lived and Shelley quickly fell in love with Mary Godwin....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Converting Wind into Energy

- Converting Wind into Energy Wind is created from the earth's warm air rising and creating a vacuum that causes cooler air to replace it. This flow is constantly disturbed by the rotation of the earth and local atmospheric conditions. This rotating cycle results in what we call wind. When harnessed, using sails, mills, and modern wind turbines, wind can serve us a powerful and renewable energy source that may soon become very important to our modern lifestyles. Wind can be converted into mechanical energy which people have done for centuries using the windmill....   [tags: Papers]

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Inherit the Wind Think Piece

- Inherit the Wind Think Piece In today’s society, where angry children shoot, bomb, and threaten their schoolmates, there exists a rather incoherent line between appropriate classroom conversation and unacceptable discussion. True, this line did not exist some years ago, but as times changed, so did certain parameters. A teacher’s freedom in the classroom is one such hotly debated question. Where should the line be drawn. What is the difference between right and wrong. These are questions that are not easily answered....   [tags: essays papers]

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Analysis of Shellys Ode to the West Wind

- Analysis of Shellys Ode to the West Wind Analysis of Shelly's "Ode to the West Wind" “Ode to the West Wind” is a poem of deep despair as well as one of vivid imagery. The first section is fairly straightforward with constant references to death, corpses and destruction that Shelly uses as a metaphor for autumn. The allusion to disease and darkness describes the West Wind in this first section. Shelly sees it as a sort of ‘grim reaper’ but seems to come back from the whole topic by also calling it the “preserver”....   [tags: essays papers]

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Wind Chimes

- Wind Chimes Wind chimes produce clear, pure tones when struck by a mallet or suspended clapper. A wind chime usually consists of a set of individual alloy rods, tuned by length to a series of intervals considered pleasant. These are suspended from a devised frame in such a way that a centrally suspended clapper can reach and impact all the rods. When the wind blows, the clapper is set in motion and randomly strikes one or more of the suspended rods-- causing the rod to vibrate and emit a tone....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Ode To the West Wind

- In “Ode to the West Wind,” a poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley, the speaker expresses his fascination with power and with those forces- both destroyers and preservers- that inspire the same powers within the speaker. The author uses imagery, metaphors, and rhyme scheme to add to the poems meaning. Through word choice, sentence structure, and alliteration Shelley shows that wind brings both good and evil. The speaker uses his vivid imagery in the poem to paint a picture in ones mind. He uses this imagery as a way to open, or start his poem....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wind - A Renewable Energy Source

- Wind - A Renewable Energy Source Wind is called a renewable energy source because wind will continually be produced as long as the sun shines on the earth. The sun’s contribution to wind energy deals with converting air into heat or cool wind. Wind is produced by the irregular heating of the earth’s surface by the sun. On land, the warm air spreads and goes up in the sky, in the water, heavier and cooler air moves in to take the warm air’s place, thus providing local winds. This power source should be used more often in the United States for its safer standards regarding the environment and finance....   [tags: Alternative Energy Research Papers]

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A High Wind In Jamaica

- A High Wind in Jamaica is set in The Caribbean during the mid-1800’s. The book is about a group of children living on a pirate ship, and gives insight into the world that children live in. Over the course of the book, the children do many bad things, without feeling any guilt: Emily murders a man; Rachael drops a marlin spike from the mast almost killing Emily, and Emily condemns the captain and crew that she had come to love to death or deportation without seeming to care at all. At the beginning of the story Emily is just an ordinary little girl, but as the story continues she begins to feel herself changing....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Power of Nature in Ted Hughes´ Poems Wind and Thistles

- Both Ted Hughes' poems, Wind and Thistles, show a theme of the power of nature. In Wind, Hughes shows the effects that a violent storm has upon a house and the landscape around it. In contrast, in Thistles Hughes presents a poem about people who are constantly oppressed by their enemy and, like the thistle, never give up. While both poems are about different things, they both explore the power that nature possesses. However, in Wind, Hughes writes more about the destruction of nature whereas in Thistles he shows how nature gives mankind strength to carry on....   [tags: wind, enemy, destruction, strength]

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Wind-Power: An Alternative to Hydroelectricity

- The supply of fossil fuels is drastically depleting, and the consumption of energy causes multiple problems which include: global warming, pollution and geopolitical conflicts according to Dan Hogan, editor of sciencedaily.com. One respective alternative would be wind-power. Wind-power can be used as both electrical power and mechanical power. Electrical power refers to fuel that has been converted to electricity. Mechanical power is fuel used as a primary, opposed to secondary, source – in regards to wind, anything it pushes around to activate would be using a Mechanical power....   [tags: energy, wind, power]

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Harnessing Wind Energy

- Living in Rural Alaska is very expensive because of it's isolated location. It would be even more expensive if energy, mail service, and other services were not subsidized by the state of Alaska. In the late seventies and early eighties, the state of Alaska looked for ways to cut the high cost of subsidizing diesel fuel for generating electrical power to rural Alaska. It was during this time that wind energy was taken into consideration as a source of electrical power. The earliest known uses of wind power date back to 3000 BC, when people used wind to sail ships....   [tags: physics power energy green environment clean]

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The Way of the Wind by Amos Oz

- ... Shimshon had many strong beliefs, even those outside of politics and military. When he sired Gideon, he knew it wasn't his mother complete responsibility to raise him and he did what was not expected of men in the kibbutz, he helped raised his son. Gideon's mother is Raya Greenspan, when she married Shimshon, she was 23 and he was 56. three months after the wedding Gideon was born and all of their lives changed. Raya was not expecting Shimshon to take on some of the responsibilities of raising a child and when he did, Shimshon felt as if he was ignoring his other duties....   [tags: story and character analysis]

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Inherit The Wind

- In Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee’s tense drama, “Inherit the Wind”, three strong characters express powerful opinions: Bertrum Cates , Henry Drummond, and Mathew Harrison Brady. First, Bert Cates, the defendant, is charged with teaching “Darwinism” to his sophomore class . Second, Henry Drummond, the defense attorney for Cates, displays his beliefs of the right to think. third, Mathew Harrison Brady, the “big-shot” prosecuting attorney, illustrates his bigotry of creationism. To conclude, these three essential characters are fighting for their personal beliefs....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Divine Wind - Racism

- The Divine Wind describes an Australia that is tarnished by racism, hatred and distrust, and yet the novel ends on an optimistic note. Do you agree. The novel is set during a World War. The tension and separation of races during a war seemed evident in Australia. As a multicultural country including Japanese and Aborigine population, conflicting attitudes towards these races had to be imminent. I entirely agree with the above statement due to the unequal treatment of the aborigines, tension between the Japanese population and characters such as Hart showing lack of trust over his lover Mitsy With a war against the Japanese was the trigger for racism in Australia....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Inherit The Wind

- Inherit the Wind The main theme of Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee is taking a stand. The play begins in Hillsboro, Tennessee when a man named Bertram Cates breaks the law by teaching the forbidden Darwin’s Theory. The most famous orators of the time, Matthew Harrison Brady and Henry Drummond came to this small religious town of Hillsboro. Brady is prosecuting against Cates and Drummond is defending him. After days of battle, the verdict is finally decided and Bertram Cates is found guilty....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Offshore Wind Power

- Title: Offshore Wind Power Offshore wind power has become a need of the hour in renewable energy production due to the rising prices of oil and continually increasing demand for a separate energy sector. Offshore wind has the prospective to deliver at least four times the current U.S. demand of energy, as per mentioned by the Global Wind Energy Council. However, there are many challenges and advantages that are significant for us to comprehend. Most of the offshore wind turbines are constructed in waters about 100 feet deep having a monopole that has been implanted straight into the seabed....   [tags: energy, capital, ocean]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Wind Power for Electricity

- Establishing wind power as a major source of electricity can be costly and can have many disadvantages; however, there are many important advantages that can come from wind power as well. Buying and installing a wind turbine is expensive. The cost to install a small “household-single turbine” can be up to thirteen thousand, five hundred dollars. One popular home wind turbine is the Skystream. With this turbine, home owners would need to make thirty-five cents to forty cents per kilowatt-hour in order to make the amount of money it cost to purchase this turbine within the first ten years of owning the turbine that is estimated to last for roughly twenty years....   [tags: turbine, cost, maintain, project, time]

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Human Development and the Importance of Wind Energy Conversion

- Human Development and the Importance of Wind Energy Conversion For human development to continue, we will ultimately need to find sources of renewable or virtually inexhaustible energy. It's difficult to imagine this, but even if we find several hundred or even thousand years of coal and natural gas supplies, what will humans do for the next 250,000 years or so after they are depleted. Even the most apparently "inexhaustible" sources like fusion involve the generation of large amounts of waste heat -- enough to place damaging stress on even a robust ecosystem like Earth's, at least for the organisms that depend upon stability of the system to survive....   [tags: Wind Energy Economics Essays]

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Wind Power: A Clean Energy Source

- Oil is a non-renewable resource, commonly used today for energy, but it will be gone by 2040 if people constantly keep using it (Rickard 5). Because of this, the people on Earth need to find an alternative. Wind is a great option for people. Wind energy has come a long way through the years. Wind power has advantages and disadvantages. To begin with, many people do not know the basics of the modern windmill, or how much they have improved throughout the years. A wind turbine is a machine that is used to change kinetic energy into electrical energy....   [tags: renewable energy, environment, environmental]

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Renewable Energy: Wind Power

- ... The diameter (d) of a typical wind turbine is 1.2 m. The circular area of a wind turbine is: 3.142 x 0.25 x d x d = 1.13 square meter. Hence, the total power generated from a single windmill is: 41.6 W per square meter x 1.13 square meter = 47 W Figure 1: Mean wind speed on year 2013, Putra Jaya (source: http://en.windfinder.com/forecast/putrajaya_lake) There is two types of wind turbine: horizontal axis wind turbine (HAWT) and vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT)....   [tags: clean energy, pollution, fossil fuels]

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Ocean Currents: Wind and Convection

- There are two causes of ocean currents: wind and convection. The more important of the two is convection. The act of convection in a fluid is the tendency of a heated part of the fluid to rise up due to the fact the it is less dense and it is replaced by cooler fluid which is then heated, rises up, and again replaced by cooler fluid. There has been plenty of recent research on the topic of ocean currents and convection, some of which might change the way we view the ocean. In this paper I will explain exactly what convection is, I will explain how and why it makes such a drastic effect in our ocean, and I will discuss the latest research that has been done on ocean currents....   [tags: Sea, Density]

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Inherit The Wind

- Inherit The Wind Rachel’s Quest for independence I think Rachel was looking for the ways for her independence and willing to protect Bert during the trial. Rachel believed that Bert was innocent. Rachel was in love with Bert, she knew that Bert was not a criminal and she wanted him to confess the court and the town’s people that he had done wrong, and it was all a joke and he was sorry for that. Rachel said to Bert, “Bert, why don’t you tell `em it was all a joke. Tell `em you didn’t mean to break a law, and you won’t do it again.” This clearly shows that she was worried about him and wanted to help him....   [tags: English Literature Essays]

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Australian Energy Production: Wind Energy

- ... A Wind turbine is non-polluting and renewable, they create power without producing any fossil fuels. Rumours have gone around stating that the gold coast could be powered by non-pollutant sources, I believe that wind turbines could be powering every single home across the gold coast. Firstly wind energy is believed to be one of the most environmentally friendly sources of energy. One of the main reasons why a wind turbine is so environmentally friendly is that it produces no fossil fuels into the atmosphere....   [tags: fossil fuel, coal, environment]

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The Wind Turbine Market and Wind Energy as a Long-term Source of Power Generation

- Over the past three years the global wind turbine market has seen explosive growth in terms of competitors, capacity investments, and project orders as the industry races to keep up with booming global demand. Scaling exponentially in nearly all dimensions including the size of turbines, projects, and buyers .The growth in the last few years was primarily driven by developments in China and the US, but other markets are also starting to emerge on the wind energy map, the industry is generating enormous opportunities for all players, as well as challenges to improve competitiveness and position wind energy as a long-term reliable source of power generation....   [tags: Market, Manufacturing, Plant]

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The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graham

- ... Mr.Toad is wealthy, mischievous, simple-minded, kind, and determined. Personally, I believe Mr.Toad is the one who gets himself into trouble the most.”I wonder, he said to himself presently, If this sort of car starts easily?”(PG.79)”Let me see: he has been found guilty, on the clearest evidence, first of stealing a valuable motor car.” As you continue to read the book, we meet Mr.Badger. Mr.Badger is a recluse but he is kind, generous, wise, and he tells great stories.”Mr.Badger, he’s a kind-hearted gentleman, as everyone knows…” The characters in this story are as different as night and day, but somehow they all get along and become friends....   [tags: character analysis]

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Energy: Airborne-Wind-Turbine

- In this modern era man search for clean energy is a very sought after necessity. Current technologies include solar farms, damns, and windmills which are all sheep sources of energy but have low output yields. The need now is to find viable methods to produce more energy using the fundamental energies of wind, water and solar power and make it cheap. Steps have been made to better harness the power of water using wave and current turbines. Other methods have used the sun in focusing its rays to produce steam energy....   [tags: wind, water and solar power]

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The Power of Wind

- The need for alternative energy sources are going as the days go by. We need to find a better solution then using crude oil and fracking in order to get our needs met. The impact on the land, animals and the people is only getting worse, from the pollution of the earth and the the sickness presented by these energy sources the only thing we need to do now is find a better Alternative energy solution. The best solution that has been proposed is wind energy, in order to have a healthy environments for next generation children we need to switch to wind energy....   [tags: alternative energy resources, eolic generators]

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Wind Power

- Wind Power the Energy of the Future Introduction The writer will discuss the renewable energy properties of wind power and whether it is practical for sustainable development. The writer will contrast the positive and negative attributes of wind power and whether it has economical benefits. Wind power may be the future solution of the worlds growing energy problems. Wind energy is a very efficient source of generating electricity. In fact it can produce far more energy than other renewable energy sources....   [tags: Energy, Natural Resources, Economy]

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The Use of Wind as an Alternative Energy Source

- ... At 100 feet (30 meters) or more aboveground, they can take advantage of the faster and less turbulent wind. Turbines catch the wind's energy with their propeller-like blades. Usually, two or three blades are mounted on a shaft to form a rotor. (renewableenergy.com) Wind power has become affordable enough to compete with fossil fuels. Around the world utility services are offering wind-generated electricity at a premium of 2 to 3 cents per kWh. A household that uses wind power for a quarter of its electrical needs, the cost would only be $4 or $5 dollars per month for it and the price is still dropping....   [tags: wind turbines, sources of energy]

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Installing Wind Power Facilities: Wind Turbines

- The use of land in installing wind power facilities vary substantially depending on the site: wind turbines placed in flat area mostly use more land than those located in elevated areas. According to Engr. Honra, one of the possible problems of using wind turbines is the area where the wind turbine will be installed, another is the wind velocity. According to Proefrock (2012), one of the biggest problems with regards to wind turbines is that it is not that efficient at low wind speeds. This is usually dealt with by evaluating the sites and finding locations where the wind speed tend to be high, so that the wind turbines will be more effective once it is built, but these locations are often i...   [tags: land, are, noise, health, velocity]

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Renewable Wind Energy

- Natural gas is a difficult source to deviate from because of its cheap cost. Even though it is cheap, it is not renewable hence not an ideal source of energy. There is a plethora of renewable energy sources but why is wind energy superior to them all. Created by Charles F. Bush in 1849 at a company called Green Ohio Energy, to harnest the power of the wind and convert it into renewable energy. Wind energy can be accuired by utilizing wind turbines that rotate when wind passes through the blades of the turbine....   [tags: alternative sources of energy]

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Analyzing The Wind

- Analyzing the Wind Inherit the Wind, by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Plot: • Cates is thrown into jail for teaching the beginning of the world contrary to what the bible says. • Brady is coming to Hillsboro for the trail. • Hornbeck announces he will bring Drummond to defend Cates. • Both sides choose the remaining members of the jury. • Cates almost pulls out but doesn’t. • Howard is called to testify. • Rachel is called to testify and the end of Brady’s questioning emotionally destroys her....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Alternative of Wind Turbines

- In our current status, we have to be as economic as we can be. There is no money to be wasting and more importantly, no resources to be misusing. That means, we have to change from nonrenewable resources to renewable resources. For example, change from our traditional fuel, such as fossil fuels, to an alternative, which can be wind turbines. This will not only help us, but also aid the world as a whole. There is no pain in being economic. There are two types of resources for fuel and energy. These are nonrenewable and renewable resources....   [tags: renewable sources of energy]

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Inherit The Wind Essay

- Inherit the Wind, a play written by Jerome Lawrence, and Robert E. Lee, is one of the greatest and most controversial plays of its time. It was written at a time of scientific revolution to benefit people of the day and in the future, however, people of the day had a hard time accepting new ideas. It is societies unwillingness to change, and accept new ideas that create racism, and hate groups of today. This unwillingness is one of the major themes of this play. This thesis will be further explained, and supported by such literary elements, as setting, and character throughout the essay....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Cost Of Wind Turbines

- Lastly, wind energy is cost effective in terms of the machinery used to provide it, as well as the cost of the energy produced. Although initially it was believed that the initial cost of wind turbine construction is too high to make it a cost effective alternative, long term studies have proven this to be inaccurate. Recently a study was conducted to determine the amount of time it would take for a new wind turbine, with an average lifecycle of about twenty years, to defray or offer net benefits greater than the impact it would cost to build them (Inderscience Publishers, 2014)....   [tags: Wind power, Wind turbine, Energy development]

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A Critical Analysis of Wind By Ted Hughes

- A Critical Analysis of Wind By Ted Hughes Hughes's opening line is sculpted in such a way that it gives the reader an abundance of sensations. The poet achieves amazing efficiency in the line "far out at sea all night" in that the reader is exposed to distance, time and environment. The metaphor of the house being "out at sea" projects the image of a boat "far out" feeling totally isolated. The house faces wave upon wave of inexhaustible pounding from the wind as a boat would from an enraged sea....   [tags: Papers Essays]

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Renewable Sources Of Energy Such As Wind Or Solar

- As I progressed through this assignment, I realized that I did not use any renewable sources of energy such as wind or solar. Most of my energy was sourced from the use of fossil fuels, with the primary source for heating my home being natural gas and as I researched further, I found that my electricity source was provided by the Martin Drake Power Plant located in Colorado Springs. This is a 254 megawatt coal-fired power plant and provides 1/3 of the electricity to Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs Utilities, 2016)....   [tags: Fossil fuel, Wind power, Renewable energy]

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The Use of Symbolism in Robert Frost's Wind and Window Flower

- The Use of Symbolism in Robert Frost's Wind and Window Flower I interpreted this poem as a very sad one. A love unrequited by the pursued. In the first two lines the poem tells you to forget about the love you share and hear a tale of this. Not to literally forget, but possibly put aside. The man is a winter breeze, cold and rough and sort of roams the land. The woman is a window flower, shut off from the outside. This sets up the separation. They can "see" each other and are kept apart by a glass wall....   [tags: Frost Wind and Window Flower Essays]

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Wind Power Is A Public Health Issue

- Wind power is the use of air flow through wind turbines to mechanically power generators to produce electricity. Wind power is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, does not produce any greenhouse gasses during operation, and uses very little land to operate. Wind powers effects on the environment are far less problematic than those of nonrenewable sources of power and electricity production. Onshore wind production is an inexpensive form of energy, cheaper or the same price as coal or gas plants in many places....   [tags: Wind power, Fossil fuel, Coal, Renewable energy]

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I Am A Second Wind

- She had managed for so long now to keep him far away while at the same time keeping him close in her heart. But now feeling his touch again, she knew she wasn’t going to be strong enough. Something in her was weakening. She would hate herself for it later, when the suffering began, but it was going to be almost impossible for her to deny herself the pleasure any longer. Would giving into him really be that bad. Becca looked up at him with a look in her eyes he had never seen before. Caleb tensed, wondering if this was the moment she was going to run....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Hand, Painting]

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Nature Imagery and the Life Cycle in Robert Frost’s The Wind and the Rain

- Nature Imagery and the Life Cycle in Robert Frost’s The Wind and the Rain In his poem “The Wind and the Rain,” Robert Frost develops a central theme, presenting a man’s reflection upon his life. As the man ages, he realizes that he spent much of his life worrying about his inevitable death instead of living his life to the fullest. The man expresses his desire to renew life at all costs; he would rather die living than spend the rest of his life concerning himself with death. Robert Frost’s theme in “The Wind and the Rain,” therefore, is that life should be lived, and one should not worry about his inevitable death, for he does not have the power to control death, only the way he lives his...   [tags: Frost Wind and the Rain Essays]

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Inherit The Wind

- In the play “Inherit the Wind” by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, the defense faces numerous societal injustices, which is why they never had a chance to win the case. One example of the town’s bias is presented through the town’s love for Matthew Harrison Brady. A second example is the extreme conformist and pious attitude of the town’s people. The last instance is the narrow-mindedness of the judge and the jury, which resulted in an unfair trial. In conclusion, the defense suffered through many unfair circumstances throughout the drama “Inherit the Wind.” The first instance of the town’s prejudice is the overall affection for Brady, the prosecuting attorney....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wind Turbine in Hurricane Conditions

- Methodology Problem: Avoiding failure of the braking mechanisms in wind turbine in hurricane conditions 1. Objectives The study aims to analyse the structural effects and operational characteristics of wind turbines during hurricane conditions, where wind speeds could range between 50-58 m/s for a category 3 hurricane [1]. A detailed study of wind turbine operation at high velocity will be carried out from available literature, more specifically, the braking systems being employed in the nacelle of the wind turbine and the related susceptibility to fire and mechanical failures....   [tags: maintenance, weather, methodology]

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Images and Imagery in Robert Frost's Wind and Window Flower

- Imagery in Robert Frost's Wind and Window Flower After reading this poem by Robert Frost, I was left with many different ideas about this work. I believe one could take this poem in a literal sense to actually be about a window flower and the wind. I also believe, however, that this poem perhaps has a bit of a deeper meaning. Looking first at the poem in a literal sense, the story is told of a lonely window flower that is sitting on a window sill, and the image is that the flower is looking out the window....   [tags: Frost Wind and Window Flower Essays]

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The Love Story Interpretations of Robert Frost's Poem, Wind And Window Flower

- The Love Story Interpretations of Robert Frost's Poem, Wind And Window Flower When reading Robert Frost Poem, Wind And Window Flower, I could not help but think that love and heartache were involved. I came up with two interpretations for Wind And Window Flower. In both interpretations, the Wind and the Window Flower signify a man and a woman. My first interpretation is as follows: Lovers, forget your love for an instance, and listen to the love of these two people. The characters in the poem are a Winter Breeze and A Window Flower....   [tags: Frost Wind and Window Flower Essays]

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Wind Energy and its Environmental Effects

- Wind Energy and its Environmental Effects Wind energy can play a critical role in saving our planet from the negative effects of energy powered by fossil fuels. Wind turbines work effectively at reducing carbon dioxide emissions. For instance, a single utility scale wind turbine can prevent the emission of 5,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere a year by displacing the power generated by fossil fuels. Also, a single 750-kilowatt turbine can produce roughly 2 million kilowatt hours of electricity annually....   [tags: Environment Power Wind Essays]

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Stakeholders of the Offshore Wind Company

- Stakeholders of the Offshore Wind Company A business's stakeholders are the people who are affected by the actions of the business. In this case, the Offshore Wind Company (ltd). In this piece, I am looking to investigate the importance of shareholders, their interests, environmental thoughts, and their adverse to success. Stakeholders are very important in today's modern society, as they can hold the key to the company's success. They take care of the financial issues, and decisions made by and for the company....   [tags: Papers]

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The Increasing Use of Wind Energy

- ... More recently, there were increasing number of fatalities among the nocturnal creatures, such as bats. Human population can be affected by the use of wind energy. On one hand, wind power is clean energy that reduces greenhouse emissions, water pollution, and water use from power facilities. It translates into various health benefits for the people and preservation of thousands of wildlife species. On the other hand, bird fatalities resulting from wind turbine utilization can lead to negative consequences such as reduction of pollination and causing the population imbalance within the ecosystem....   [tags: solar energy, renewable energy]

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The Importance of Wind Turbines for Renewable Energy

- ... Low-mass materials are also ideal in order to control blade weight. [5] Larger blades with larger weights are constrained by gravity and will experience greater axial and tensile stresses. Finding the best size and material for rotor blades depends on the purpose of the turbine. Smaller power demands will reduce the need for larger blades and taller turbines. Linking the rotor blades to the electrical generator is the turbine shaft. When the rotor blades spin, the shaft spins as well. The rotational energy that the blades produce is transferred to the electrical generator that is housed in the nacelle....   [tags: blades, rotation, power]

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Notes On Gosfield Wind Financial Corporation

- Gosfield Wind Financial Corporation (“Gosfield” or the “Borrower”) is a special purpose entity that acts as the financing vehicle for the Gosfield Wind Limited Partnership (“GW” or the “Project”). The Borrower’s obligations are fully guaranteed by GW. GW is a 50.6 MW wind farm located in Southern Ontario. The Project sells all of its energy output at a fixed rate to the Independent Electricity System Operator of Ontario (the “IESO”) (Aa2) pursuant to a 20-year PPA (COD was achieved 27 months prior to the COD milestone date of December 31, 2013....   [tags: Wind power, Wind turbine, Wind farm, Wind]

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Relationships and Love in Frost's, Wind and Window Flower

- Relationships and Love in Frost's, Wind and Window Flower In "Wind and Window Flower" Frost explores a love too fragile for the lovers to pursue. The lovers in this poem are enticed by one another but remain worlds apart. This tale of love is one of temptation, excitement, and disappointment. The window flower is an image of beauty and warmth. The flower is protected from the outside world and is safe inside the warm, firelit house, as is the woman. In contrast, the image of the winter breeze is cold, fierce, and impersonal....   [tags: Frost Wind and Window Flower Essays]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' The Ode Of The West Wind '

- Second, the terza rima scheme helps the narrator to express his thoughts. In A Defense of Poetry, Shelley states that there exists harmony between the language that poets employ and the sounds that are contained in each word because both sounds and thoughts are intertwined to convey the message that they attempt to represent (763). In other words, there exists a close proximity between the sense of words and their sound; it is the enchainment of both ideas and sounds that creates an effect of harmony....   [tags: Poetry, Poetic form, Meter, Syllable]

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A Wind from a Foriegn Sky

- A Wind from a Foriegn Sky A Wind From a Foreign Sky is a very interesting novel. It is full of magic, knights, witches and all sorts of unknown evil. In the beginning of the novel, Gaultry, the heroine, is in the town on market day, she's attacked on her way home, but is saved by a knight, sent by her father. Martin, her rescuer, was sent by Gaultry's father to protect her and her sister, Mervion. Gaultry soon finds out that the Chancellor is set to kill Mervion on their holy night, they decide to rescue her....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Renewebal Energy: Wind power

- ... Other than that, wind turbines also doesn’t create any air pollutions. The winds are blowing stronger in the winter and which provides more electricities than usual, example it was usually provides 3% of the UK’s energy, but in winter it was able to provide 4%. That is because that the wind blowing harder than before, and each wind farm gets little bit more energy, and there are so many wind farm. Which could be a big difference than what usually happens. The running cost of the wind power are very low, and so that the electricity might be cheaper than the electricity that the fossil fuel provides....   [tags: fossil fuels, environment]

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Wind Energy: A Case Study

- Wind Farms on the Cape When I first became informed about the idea of wind turbines as a source of renewable energy and these farms off the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, I Thought it was a wonderful idea. I especially felt this way after hearing the opinion of a classmate who has the turbines in her home state and said that they are so thin and slim that you can barely see them from afar. I was so interested in learning more about these wind turbines as a source of energy that I wanted to further research for this project....   [tags: Environmental]

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Analysis Of The Movie ' Gone With The Wind '

- There has been a pressing issue of the lack of diversity in mainstream media in front and behind the camera. For many years the face of Hollywood was white, occupying roles as actors, directors, screenwriters and other prominent positions in the industry. Due to racial discrimination in the 19th and 20th century Hollywood would would avoid casting African American actors, instead they would cast whites and paint their faces black which led to the term ‘Blackface’. However blackface died out in the 1930’s due to the negative connotations of bigotry and racism....   [tags: Racism, Race, White American, Colored]

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Renewable Energy: Wind Power

- ... ρ = The air density (1.2kg/m³ at sea level and 20° C) A = The swept area of the turbine blades (m² square meters) V = wind speed (meters per second) (Wind Turbine Kits and Supplies, windgenkits.com) Let’s test this equation out. Let’s say we have a pretty nice wind turbine at Sachse High School. Built and organized by the highest authority, Mrs. Marsh herself. The swept area of the wind turbine is A=15ft² = 1.5m². The wind speed is at 15mph = 6.7m/sec. The wind power at 15mph is: P=1/2 (1.5) (1.5) (6.7) ³ = 338 Watts....   [tags: natural wind, windmill]

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Using Wind Power as an Alternative Energy

- Using Wind Power as an Alternative Energy Energy is the ability to do work. It surrounds us in all aspect of life. However, the ability to harness it and use it, as economically as possible, is the challenge before mankind. Alternative energy refers to energy sources, which are not based on the burning of fossil fuels or the splitting of atoms. The renewed interest in this field of study comes from the undesirable effects of pollution both from burning fossil fuels and nuclear waste by products....   [tags: Papers]

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The Power Of Wind Energy

- Wind energy is one of the many currently available renewable energy sources, meaning that it is a resource which can be used repeatedly because it is replaced naturally. Early recorded history shows that people used this form of energy to propel their boats since 5,000 B.C. Later China used windmills to pump water by 200 B.C., and Persia used windmills to grind grain and pump water about 500-900 A.D. Eventually the windmill lead to the creation of the first wind turbine, invented in 1888 in Cleveland, Ohio, by a Scottish scholar named Charles F....   [tags: Wind power, Wind turbine, Wind farm]

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Inherit The Wind

- Matthew Harrison Brady, of Inherit the Wind by: Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, never fooled anyone. He may have seemed strong in the beginning but he no substance under the shell. Such a false front can be compared to water behind an earthen dam. It may hold some water for a time but once the water finds a weak point, the whole structure comes crashing down along with the fury of all the water behind it. Within brady, the water represents the gooey inner core of his personality. Once he loses his composure in front of his once adoring audience the entire fluid of his persona comes crashing out....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wind Power

- The Power of Wind Wind energy is a free and limitless power source. No matter where you go, there will always be wind. In the past, wind was captured and controlled through the use of sails for the powering of ships. Now that larger amounts of energy have been found, through the burning of fossil fuels, the art of sailing has faded to a recreational sport. Wind has also been used in the past to power mills, which have been used to pump water and grind grains. Though now these techniques of harnessing wind’s power are now not widely used, even though it is an effective power source....   [tags: Wind Energy Global Warming]

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Inherit The Wind

- Are You A Man or A Monkey . A Disturbing Movement of Anti-Intellectualism in America "It’s more valuable to see with the eye in one’s heart, rather than see with the eye in one’s head." 	The epic crusade of science and technology versus theology, both religions of sorts dating back in time more years than any of us can begin to comprehend. Maybe that is why, as a whole, we have such a difficult time discerning between the two, or rather, why we fail to see clearly the true meaning that lies behind the propaganda of either....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wind Power as the Future Energy Source

- Wind Power- the Future Energy Source Abstract: We are facing an energy crisis on Earth. Burning fossil fuels are harming the atmosphere; this global warming and affects produces chemicals that hurt our body. People are starting to think about using alternative energy. Wind power would be our first choice, because it’s clean, inexhaustible and renewable. Today, wind power is mainly used in Europe. We believed wind power would be the main source of alternative energy for world use. Introduction: Since 400-500A.D, people used windmill energy in farms for grain grinding and water pumping....   [tags: Energy Power Global Warming]

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Challenges And Opportunities Of Bay State Wind

- Construction: Challenges and Opportunities Bay State Wind can learn from the challenges US offshore wind energy developers have already faced. Offshore wind critics fear adverse impacts on wildlife, such as habitat fragmentation and degradation, and on birds and bats, which could fly into the spinning turbine blades (EERE). Fortunately, MassCEC and BOEM have determined that the threat to endangered species within the site is not worrisome. Other concerns raised by researchers include seabed disturbances, effects of noise and vibrations on organisms, and the risk of displaced species (UMCES)....   [tags: Wind power, Renewable energy, Wind farm]

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Clean Renewable Energy: Wind Power

- Wind power is a clean, renewable, non-defiling energy source that is ready to replace fossil fuels. Unlike fossil fuels, wind energy does not contribute to chemicals in the ocean, global warming, or acid rain. Wind power simply uses wind turbines to harness the movement of the wind. This movement spins a generator which creates energy. Affordable, clean, efficient, and beneficial, wind power is practically flawless. Despite the amazing benefits of this energy source, some citizens still criticize wind turbines for harming wildlife, even to the point of petitioning to remove them....   [tags: fossil fuels, global warming]

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Solar And Wind Energy Systems

- I wish to pursue MS on Sustainable Energy Systems at Maladalen University and my preferred area of study is “Solar and Wind energy systems”. I always have had a fascination for Science and Technology. During my undergraduate study, I understood that we require advance information for enhancing limit and quality of renewable energy system. Moreover, the powerful and proficient utilization of renewable energies in Bangladesh can give an extensive number of rustic family units with reasonable electric generation for low wage strata, milling, small enterprise and other needs....   [tags: Renewable energy, Wind power]

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Is Wind Energy Environmentally On Fossil Fuels?

- The push to become less reliant on fossil fuels powering our society is becoming more and more urgent. Fossils such as coal can cause severe air pollution and oil poses major threats to the environment with the possibility of oil spills. Developing a dependence on renewable energies, such as solar, wind, or biofuels holds a vast amount of importance because of the arte at which fossil fuels have caused the environment to deteriorate. In order to prevent the damages fossil fuels, innovations and inventions are constantly developing and changing within renewable resources....   [tags: Wind power, Renewable energy, Fossil fuel]

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Wind Power in the Near Future

- Wind Power in the Near Future Today many people are anxious about energy for the future, as it seems realistic that petroleum energy will someday run out and since some environmental problems caused by petroleum use are getting worse. As alternatives to today’s main energy source, oil, some others have been proposed already, such as solar, water, biomass, and nuclear. Wind Power is the one of the ways that has the biggest potential and is the most practical. And it is predicted to play an important role in electrical generation for the new era....   [tags: Energy Mechanics Essays]

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The Differences Among Nuclear Power Plants and Wind Farms

- When a person looks into a light coming from a movie projector, they will notice many types of dust particles being spotted by the brightness coming from the box. These same particles, if not worse particles, are also floating outside and can be carried a long distance away if blown properly. Many citizens are frightened of this aspect, thinking of all the different germs that float in the air which are being propelled by wind turbines. Germs do cause illness at times, but there are other health risks caused by windmills which must be noted....   [tags: Bombings, WInd Turbines, Power Plants]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' The Willow Tree '

- light shines between the branches of the boudreaux 's willow tree, through the tiny bones of bird corpses strung high from extended branches like second leaves. at the trunk of the old willow sleeps the boudreaux 's only son, back pressed to the cold dirt. face turned towards the heavens, light casting shadows on the boy 's sharp features. the wind sings to him like hymns of a choir. it 's the closest to paradise the young boy will get, between the ominous visions and coffins of random strangers....   [tags: Death, Life, Willow, Wound]

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Analysis Of The Article ' Selling The Wind '

- With concern over global warming growing, people are starting to turn a more serious eye toward cleaner sources of energy. Instead of solar power making a comeback as the ideal form, we are seeing a growth in the use of wind power. Wind farms are beginning to crop up all around the country. This new trend has gathered significant attention. Questions are being raised concerning the effects wind farms may have, from critics and supporters alike. Michelle Nijhuis, in the article “Selling the Wind” discusses the arguments on behalf of and in opposition to the increasing use of wind power, addressing what the consequences may be on the United States....   [tags: Wind power, Wind turbine, Wind farm, Windmill]

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How Wind Turbine Improved the World

- ... 2. Pollution free (ECO friendly). 3. Reliability. 4. Most economical. STAKEHOLDERS 1. Domestic users 2. Commercial 3. Agricultural 4. Industrial CONTEXT DIAGRAM: Fig 1:The diagram shows the context diagram of a windmill SUBSYSTEM ANALYSIS INTERFACE MATRIX External Entities Interfaces Human Thermal Operator Structure Communication Contamination species Transportation Heat Loads Environment Heat Some Particles Controllers Manual Control Manual Control Manual Control Labor Maintenance Command Modelling Design the system Surrounding Heat Wide Place Machines Checking Heat Tests Loads Safety Birds Fig 3: Interface matrix of a mindmi...   [tags: windmills, electricty, energy]

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A Research Report On Onshore Wind Energy

- The IEA’s research confirms that onshore wind energy is well on its way to overpower the installed cost of coal. Still, the installed cost of nuclear remains in competition with offshore wind energy. Looking further into the graph, offshore wind energy is steady in its growth. Wind energy made tremendous progress in its growth overseas, like the largest wind farm by capacity based in China, yet the United States is experiencing big breakthroughs in the percentage of generated electricity throughout the states....   [tags: Wind power, Renewable energy, Wind turbine]

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Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind

- ... Gone with the Wind’s protagonist is the head strong and stubborn Scarlett O’Hara. Miss Scarlett is the spoiled, fiery tempered daughter of Irish immigrant parents who prospered in the agricultural society of the south. The story begins in 1861 when Scarlett was a young girl, a Southern Belle, born to privilege, and her most difficult decision is which beau to dine with at the afternoon barbeque. The reader follows her life as well as her moral and psychological growth as she braves the horrors of war, struggling to survive the apocalypse that destroyed all she had ever known....   [tags: epic tales, story analysis]

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Renewable Energy As Solar And Wind Energy

- As fossil fuel resources shrink, air pollution and concerns about climate instability worsen and cast a shadow over future dependence on coal, oil and natural gas. A new world economy driven by renewable energies such as solar and wind energy are beginning to replace the old, unsustainable economic model driven by coal and oil consumption. Types of renewable energies such as solar and wind are becoming more economically viable, and undercutting fossil fuels in a growing number of electricity markets....   [tags: Fossil fuel, Natural gas, Wind power]

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Background Information On Wind Energy

- This chapter briefly introduces the background information on wind energy at first. The climate change and energy crisis lead to growing interest in renewable energy systems especially in wind energy. Finally, it emphasises the essentiality of analysis for fatigue damage of wind turbine blades and the necessarily of reliability management and optimal maintenance strategies ahead for offshore wind turbine blades. 1.1 Brief History of Wind energy Since early recorded history, people have harnessed the wind energy in different ways....   [tags: Fossil fuel, Wind power, Renewable energy]

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Ode of the West Wind by Percy Shelley

- Percy Shelley was a rebellious writer. Many of the things that he had written didn’t really follow the social standards of his time. Many times, he would call something out or introduce many ludicrous ideas. He also was a huge fan of William Wordsworth, a poet who thought the Industrial Revolution was ruining our connection towards nature. So, Shelley tended to follow this theme, except in a more rebellious way and Adam Kirsch agrees when he states, “Unlike the average radical, then, Shelley didn't just challenge social taboos; he openly violated them, living his personal life in accordance with unpopular principles like equality, women's rights, and free love.” (Kirsch, Adam)....   [tags: too a skylark, spirit, nature]

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Energy from the Wind

- Energy from the Wind The world today is run by energy. Scientists are constantly thinking of new ways to create energy. The creation of energy might be the most valuable creation ever. Something that is even more valuable than energy is renewable energy. Renewable energy is any natural resource that can replenish itself naturally over time, as wood or solar energy; also called renewable energy, renewable energy resource, and renewable natural resource. The principle behind Wind Power is the conversion of kinetic energy of wind to electrical energy....   [tags: Energy Science Technology Essays]

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Renewable Energy: Wind Energy

- ... However, the requirements for different applications should be satisfied in order to guarantee that the new network configuration is acceptable for use. 1.2 Scope of the work The dissertation is divided into three main parts. In the first part, we proposed the hierarchical communication network architectures that consist of a turbine area network (TAN), farm area network (FAN), and control area network (CAN) for WPFs. The wind turbines are modelled based on the logical nodes (LN) concepts of the IEC 61400-25 standard....   [tags: wind power farms, technology]

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