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At a length of 107 meters, each turbine blade is longer than a professional soccer pitch.
Wind turbines in particular, despite the president’s claim, are a very safe form of clean energy.
That turbine harvests that energy, and some of that energy then fuels the low-pressure turbine, which powers the fan in the front.
The turbines would cost customers $300 million and generate 12 megawatts of electricity, enough to power only 3,000 homes with sustained winds.
INSIDE THE UTILITY COMPANY LOBBYING BLITZ THAT WILL HIKE ELECTRIC BILLSBY PATRICK WILSON, RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCHOCTOBER 9, 2020PROPUBLICA
If it all works out, the new turbines could produce as much as 33 percent more power and become practical in more places.
The main condensers, with their circulating pumps and air pumps, were placed in the turbine room.
The remainder of the auxiliary pumps were placed in the reciprocating and turbine engine rooms.
The turbine is constructed on an axle made of a hatpin which runs through the top of the standards for bearings.
The impact of the escaping steam on the air sets the globe revolving, and the principle of the turbine engine at work is clear.
The main fact about the modern man as regards poetry is, that he prefers poetry that has this reserved turbine-wheel trait in it.
THE VOICE OF THE MACHINESGERALD STANLEY LEE

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION