lee waves

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lee waves

waves on the sheltered side, away from the wind, of an obstruction; a meteorological wind phenomenon thought to play a part in abnormal down-wind transmission of foot-and-mouth disease.
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5 MW Enerjisa Bares wind power plant in Balikesir and the 135 MW Rotor wind farm in Osmaniye.
Several vertical axis designs are currently available, among them a number of build it yourself kits for conventional Savonius rotor wind turbines.
kesir, Rotor wind farm in Osmaniye, and geothermal plants Efeler and Kizildere, both in Buyuk Menderes Graben, the area in Turkey with the greatest potential for geothermal energy.
et all [5] designed the rotor wind turbine, which used more effectively for the wind energy and depended on the acting area of the vanes.
The magnetic strip from the cassette goes through a reader while a rotor winds up the magnetic tape to one side.