Quality Publication | Affordable Price | Happy Authors
Assessment Of Technical Performance Of A Small Wind System In Naivasha, Kenya
Kenya experiences an average wind speed of 3-5 m/s which could provide an opportunity for harnessing wind energy. However, the rate of uptake of the technology especially the small wind turbines have remained relatively low despite the massive potential the country holds. Small wind systems have found their way into the Kenyan market, but the technical performance data of different systems and models are still not readily available. Using a small wind turbine system- 0.9 kW, the wind speeds and corresponding power output were measured, and data was analysed to assess the technical performance.
Download
Instant paper submission
Free plagiarism checking
No copyright transfer
Subject specific journals
Author loyalty reward

You may like to read


Significance Of Synchronizing Generators In Parallel, Using Benin Medical Care, Adesuwa, Benin

Comparative Analysis Of Manual And Automatic Body Mass Index System Calculator

A Review Of Energy Access In Kenya

A Comparative Study Of Three-phase And Five-phase Inverter Fed Induction Motor

Factors Contributing To Inconsistent Use Of Personal Protective Equipment By Kenya Power

Measuring Magnetic Field's (emf) Pollution Under High Voltage (330kv And 33kv) Transmission