Wind Power Plants is a self-explaining technical manual for those who are already dealing with wind energy on a professional level, or those young student minds filled with passion for renewables an in need to learn the deeper details in engineering this sustainable technology for an emerging economy of eco-friendly consumers tomorrow.
From the basic fundamentals, design, construction and operation, Wind Power Plants, takes thereader into the realm of professionals, detailing step by step each of the technical mysteries that enshroud the consumer with numbers and measurements; unfolding every secret of wind energy with science, graphs and logic.
Authors, Robert Gasch and Jochen Twele have been lecturing on the technical concepts of history, design, dimensioning, performance characteristics, loads, behaviors, strengths, renewable power generation, wind-pumping, scaling, rules of similarity, turbine control, dynamic problems and offshore windfarms, for years.
This book takes their lectures and puts them down for you into a technical manual that is easy to reference, easy to read and most of all, eloquently written with philosophical style that would be unheard of from a scientist; inspiring the hearts and minds of young students in such a way, that it will once again spark the flames of their passion for engineering.
This 416-page paperback, written by Robert Gasch and Jochen Twele, published by Earthscan in August of 2004, measures 9.3 x 6.3 x 0.7 and ships at 1.6 lbs.
Wind Power Plants gives a rundown on the fundamentals, design, construction and operation of wind energy, throughout the industry, focused on the young minds of student engineers or hard core open-minded professionals, looking to take their first dive into a competitive and growing field, that is the core of our nations self-reliance.