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▶ Coriolis Force - YouTube

A short video explaining the Coriolis Effect starring several graduate students from the Department of Atmospheric Science at the University of Illinois Urba...
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Wind energy sector seeks schemes to attract investment - The Hindu

Wind energy sector seeks schemes to attract investment The Hindu The Indian Wind Power Association, which includes wind power investors and generators, has appealed to the Union Government to reinstate the accelerated depreciation scheme which has...
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Second company discontinues NKY wind energy project - WLWT Cincinnati

Second company discontinues NKY wind energy project - WLWT Cincinnati | The Elements | Scoop.it
Second company discontinues NKY wind energy project WLWT Cincinnati The move came about a week after Duke Energy Renewables announced that it was discontinuing a proposed wind turbine project Mason and Fleming counties near the community of May's...
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Blowing!- Wind

Blowing!- Wind | The Elements | Scoop.it
Huffing and puffing 16th edition : International Competition - Originality Award - Audience Award - a Tres Court by Robert Löbel - Berlin (Germany) TRES COUR...
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Strong Wind Science: The Power of a Pinwheel - Scientific American

Have you ever ridden your bike into a strong wind? If so, did it feel really tough? How does this compare with how you feel when the wind is pushing against your back? Does that make you feel ready for the Tour de France?
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What is Wind?

Wind. Always there. Where does it come from? Click here to SUBSCRIBE, it's FREE! -- http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓ More below ↓ Wind is everywhere. The air is con...
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GE uses plastic surgery on wind turbine blades for more power - Gizmag

GE uses plastic surgery on wind turbine blades for more power - Gizmag | The Elements | Scoop.it
GE uses plastic surgery on wind turbine blades for more power Gizmag One problem is that wind turbines are not a very efficient power source, with many square miles of land containing thousands of turbine towers needed to replace a single...
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