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How much efficiency is lost by putting HAWTs near one another in a wind farm?
The “wake effect” is the reduction of wind speed and increase of turbulence down wind of a turbine. [source:  3D-Simulation of the turbulent wake behind a wind turbine, Weßow, Sitzki, & Hahm, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 75 (2007) 012033 [The Science of Making Torque from Wind], doi:10.1088/1742-6596/75/1/012033] If you have a wind farm of two or more HAWTs then, inevitably in some wind directions, the disturbance from one turbine will affect another. The combined effect of a two-dimensional matrix . . . Complete article »

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