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Wind Energy in the Built Environment

by Sander Mertens

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Designing buildings that maximize wind harvest and drive a set of turbines that provide power for buildings is the architectural concept presented in this scientific analysis. The practicalities presented in this design concept will interest engineers and architects, while the possibilities of wind power being used at a domestic level will delight proponents of renewable energy.

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