The diagrams below show the design for a wind turbine and its location.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
A breakdown of a wind turbine design and three different locations to be placed, is illustrated in the diagrams. At first glance, a wind turbine contents several parts, which has their each function. There are three different places that can be used to put the turbine.
Moving to a design, a wind turbin feature consists of blader-fibreglass/wood, steel tower, wind sensor, generator, and computer. Each part of the turbine has a function such blades, which is as a receiver of wind. Then, wind sensor is used to detect speed and direction which is followed by generator as a power producer with output 1,5 megawatts of electricity. Moreover, another component is a computer to receive information from the sensor. All parts are combined to construct a wind turbine to be used as an electrical source.
Turning to the locations, there are three different locations that can be used to place the turbin. The first, on the hill, in this place the maximum wind strenghts can be obtained. The second, it is in the sea with landscape not spoiled, and another place is near home as a domestic turbine that is able to produce 100 kilowatts electricity.