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Wind Energy Systems by Gary L. Johnson

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Wind Energy Systems
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Publisher: Kansas State University
Number of pages: 449

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Wind energy systems draw on a wide range of disciplines. Any prospective user, regardless of his background, will feel large gaps in his knowledge, areas where he does not even know what the question is, let alone where to go look for the answer. This book is written to help people identify the proper question to ask. The book will be of interest to those students who are interested in energy sources besides coal and nuclear.

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