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Title : A Streamlined Approach to Knowledge Capture, Retention and Communication for Wind Turbine Suitability Analysis - KGCM 2008
Company : EASA, Inc.
Date : 31-Dec-2011

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The set up of a wind farm involves multiple analysis steps to determine the feasibility of installing wind turbines in specific locations. In addition to considering government, environmental and legal policies, it is essential to determine the engineering feasibility of installing wind turbines of a selected make and model. The engineering feasibility of a specific wind turbine is based on ambient wind conditions, turbulence and geographical data in the selected location and the capabilities of the selected wind turbine model. This engineering evaluation involves site-specific suitability analysis.
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