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Title: Trends and challenges for wind energy harvesting
Authors: Baniotopoulos, Charalampos
Borri, Claudio
Hassan, Hemida
Veljkovic, Milan
Morbiato, Tommaso
Borg, Ruben Paul
Huber, Stefanie E.
Efthymiou, Evangelos
Rebelo, C.
Keywords: Wind power
Renewable energy sources
Wind power plants -- Design and construction
Wind turbines
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: University of Coimbra
Citation: Baniotopoulos, C. C., Borri, C., Hemida, H., Veljkovic, M., Morbiato, T., Borg, R. P., Huber, S., Efthymiou, E., & Rebelo, C. (2015). Trends and challenges for wind energy harvesting. Portugal: University of Coimbra.
Abstract: WINERCOST is a COST Action aiming to merge the efforts of the European research groups working on the Wind Energy Technology (WET) and the pathways to introduce it by means of robust applications to the urban and suburban built environment, thus enhancing the concept of Smart Future Cities. This Action revisits safe, cost-effective and societally accepted wind energy technology for consideration in the design and development of the future urban/suburban habitat. The Workshop “Trends and Challenges for Wind Energy Harvesting “ addresses the state of art of Wind Energy Technology from the point of view of the applications on wind simulation and characterisation, Built Environment Wind Energy Technology (BWT) advances, ON- and OFFSHORE projects and the social acceptance of WET installations.
ISBN: 9789899843585
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