Wind Energy

Wind Energy

Book - 2012
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Part of The Art and Science of Wind Power seriesExperts agree that the wind energy industry is at the leading edge of a global movement away from fossil fuel dependence. Wind energy has evolved dramatically over the last few decades, and the demand for skilled workers is booming. Wind Energy is a cornerstone text for novice learners entering the field. The text provides an overview of the history, basic concepts, costs, and uses of wind energy. Wind Energy focuses on technical and contextual issues related to wind-energy conversion and applications of various wind-turbine systems.About the SeriesAccording to estimates from the American Wind Energy Association, approximately 85,000 Americans are employed in the rapidly expanding wind energy industry. The Art and Science of Wind Power series was developed to address a critical gap in educational resources directed toward the development of skilled workers in this industry. Each title uses a systems-based perspective to provide students with the resources to develop creative solutions to challenges as well as systems-based critical thinking skills. No other series as comprehensively addresses key issues for novice and expert learners alike.
Publisher: Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2012
ISBN: 9781449624477
Characteristics: xiv, 161 p. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Silk, Laurel
Call Number: 621.312136 RIV


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