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Calculates the dimensions of a wind turbine. Please enter radius or diameter and hub height or total height. The other values will be calculated.
The hub is at the center of the rotor. Radius is the length of one blade from the tip to the hub. Diameter is twice the radius. The hub height is the height from the ground to the hub. The total height is reached by the wind turbine, if one blade points vertically up. Rotor above ground measures the distance from the ground to the tip of a blade pointing vertically down. The swept area is the area of the circle described by the blades at the rotation.
Example: a wind turbine with a radius of 46 meters has a diameter of 92 meters. At a hub height of 70 meters, the total height is 116 meters and the height of the rotor above the ground is 24 meters. The swept area is 6648 square meters.
A smaller wind turbine in agricultural land.
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