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Windpower Wiki

If you want advanced knowledge

Windpower Wiki is made for people who want to know a lot about wind energy, but does not hold an engineering degree.

It is awailable in the following languages:
- English
- Dansk
- Español
- Deutsch
- Français

The twelve chapters answer most of the questions which students ask us - without requiring you already have a degree in advanced math and physics. Starting from the basics about wind, the guided tour takes you to the challenging frontiers of wind energy technology as it relates to commercial, large, grid-connected wind turbines.
 
In case you want to see unit definitions and other hard information, you can find it in the Wind Energy Manual. In the Wiki's Glossary page you can find Danish, German, Spanish, and French translations of specialist terms used in this guided tour, and references to where they are explained.
 

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