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Wind Power The Clean Energy
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  Dr.K.Radhakrishna,  Mary Vijaya Ratna A

Abstract
Wind may be associated with some of weathers most chaotic storm, but its beginning could not be simpler. Defined as horizontal movement of air from one location to another. They are created from difference in air pressure .Its strength varies from light breeze to hurricane factor. Wind is renewable, clean and does not produce any deleterious byproducts like other forms of energy. Wind energy is a form of solar eneretc. It does not depend on process water, as coal or nuclear power. It is generated domestically. We need not depend on other countries to produce energy for local use. It brings clean high tech jobs to farm lands. These are several forces which impact the speed and direction of winds. The most important is the Earth’s gravitational forces which create air pressure, the driving force of wind. Without gravity there would be no atmosphere or air pressure and thus no wind. Wind energy can be obtained from wind mills. The negative impact of wind mills are population of migratory/wild birds deteriorating, noise pollution due to rotor blades, wind cannot be stored, cost of production is high and the wind sites are located in remote areas far from electric power demand. The wind turbines must be constructed to withstand deeper water and higher waves. Green electricity goes to the grid along with electricity produced from renewable sources like solar energy. We must support the utility effort to produce electricity from renewable, more environment friendly methods gy which when harvested by modern wind turbines can generate electricity to power homes, schools, business etc. It does not depend on process water, as coal or nuclear power. It is generated domestically. We need not depend on other countries to produce energy for local use. It brings clean high tech jobs to farm lands. These are several forces which impact the speed and direction of winds. The most important is the Earth’s gravitational forces which create air pressure, the driving force of wind. Without gravity there would be no atmosphere or air pressure and thus no wind. Wind energy can be obtained from wind mills. The negative impact of wind mills are population of migratory/wild birds deteriorating, noise pollution due to rotor blades, wind cannot be stored, cost of production is high and the wind sites are located in remote areas far from electric power demand. The wind turbines must be constructed to withstand deeper water and higher waves. Green electricity goes to the grid along with electricity produced from renewable sources like solar energy. We must support the utility effort to produce electricity from renewable, more environment friendly methods.

Keywords- Wind Energy, Air pressure, Turbines, Green Electricity Introduction:
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Unique Identification Number - IJEDR1802097
Page Number(s) - 543-544
Pubished in - Volume 6 | Issue 2 | April 2018
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Publisher - IJEDR (ISSN - 2321-9939)
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  Dr.K.Radhakrishna,  Mary Vijaya Ratna A,   "Wind Power The Clean Energy", International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.6, Issue 2, pp.543-544, April 2018, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR1802097.pdf
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