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Energy Matters

A series of articles on Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, Relativity, Work, Fossil Fuels, Nuclear, Hydroelectric, Biomass, Wind and Geothermal power. The site uses text and colour illustrations and ...

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Learning about Renewable Energy

Nice, clear info on renewable energy resources including geothermal, solar, wind and biomass power from the National Renewable Energy Lab.

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Renewable energy

An introduction to the main types of renewable energy, focusing on wind, solar, wave, tidal and waste power.

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Wind Power

Have a look inside a wind turbine to see how it generates electricity.

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Wind tunnel

Part of the NASA website, includes detailed information (and illustrations) on the history, development and use of wind tunnels.

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Wind Tunnel Web pages.

This site is a comprehensive guide to wind tunnels, their history and design. It includes experimental details and designs.

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Allstar Network - Making a wind vane

description of a very simple wind vane.

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The Solar wind

A NASA page all about solar wind, including the latest data on the Sun's activity and with lots more information on solar physics.

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Airplane In Wind

The cross-country navigation of an aircraft involves the vector addition of relative velocities since the resultant ground speed is the vector sum of the airspeed and the wind speed.

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How Is Wind Chill Calculated?

The science behind the wind chill factor.

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