Parts of a wind turbine and its effective positions to place are displayed in the two diagrams. Although the wind turbines have the same structure, the position of turbines also determines the effectiveness of the turbine in harnessing electricity.
Firstly, the left diagram describes parts of the wind turbine. There is a steel tower to buttress a generator, a sensor, and blades. To make the electricity, wind turns the blades made by fiberglass or wood. After that, spin of the blades connects to a generator which can produce energy up to 1.5 megawatts. The turbine also has a wind sensor which connects to a computer to adjust the angle and direction of the blades.
Turning to a more detailed analysis from the diagram, the wind turbines' locations determine power to make the electricity. In the right diagram, there are the three wind turbines which have different locations. The turbine is placed in the sea but it is not effective to make the great power. To get maximal wind strengths, the turbine should be located on a hill. In addition, a domestic turbine positioned near a house can produce energy up to 100 kilowatts of the electricity.
The wind turbines