An Evaluation of Building Integrated Wind Energy

2017-06-07
Electric, hybrid, and petrol vehicles utilize energy saving regenerative brakes to save energy• These systems generally use the same device for both locomotion and power generation (braking)• We can distribute many small aerofoils across the building façade to provide both ventilation and power generation as needed
World Sustainable Built Environment Conference,, 5 - 07 Haziran 2017

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Citation Formats
M. K. Pekeriçli and A. M. Tanyer, “An Evaluation of Building Integrated Wind Energy,” Hong Kong, ÇİN HALK CUMHURİYETİ HONG KONG ÖZEL İDARİ BÖLGESİ, 2017, p. 394, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/81362.