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AeroDyn Theory Manual
AeroDyn is a set of routines used in conjunction with an aeroelastic simulation code to predict the aerodynamics of horizontal axis wind turbines. These subroutines provide several different modelsExpand
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Semi-Empirical Aeroacoustic Noise Prediction Code for Wind Turbines
..........................................................................................................................vi Semi-Empirical Aeroacoustic Noise Prediction Code for WindExpand
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Evaluating techniques for redirecting turbine wakes using SOWFA
Wind plant control is an active field of research in which controllers are developed that seek to maximize overall wind-plant performance in terms of power production, turbine structural loads, orExpand
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Trends in Rural Water Supply: Towards a Service Delivery Approach
Behind headline successes in providing first-time access to water lie a number of pressing challenges to the dominant approach to rural water supply in developing countries, namely communityExpand
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Multiple-use water services to advance the millennium development goals.
This research report presents the findings of the first phase of the action-research project "Models for implementing multiple-use water supply systems for enhanced land and water productivity, ruralExpand
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Objectives and Constraints for Wind Turbine Optimization
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Efficient extraction of wind energy is a complex, multidisciplinary process. Expand
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Arrangements and cost of providing support to rural water service providers
This paper is about the costs of providing direct and indirect support to rural water service providers. It provides an overview of what such support entails, how this can be organised, what itExpand
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Multiple-use services as alternative to rural water supply services: a characterisation of the approach.
Multiple-use services (MUS) have recently gained increased attention as an alternative form of providing rural water services in an integrated manner. This stems from the growing recognition thatExpand
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A morphing downwind‐aligned rotor concept based on a 13‐MW wind turbine
To alleviate the mass-scaling issues associated with conventional upwind rotors of extreme-scale wind turbines (>/=10 MW), a morphing downwind-aligned rotor (MoDaR) concept is proposed herein. TheExpand
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