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Wind energy's new role in supplying the world's energy—What role will structural health monitoring play?

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Year
2009

Citation

Butterfield, S., Sheng, S., and Oyague, F., 2009, Wind energy's new role in supplying the world's energy—What role will structural health monitoring play?: National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 11 p.

Summary

This workshop is part of a broader research project aimed at better understanding how communities can engage in the process of wind energy development. The research is funded through a National Science Foundation grant (#SES 0724672) to Roopali Phadke at Macalester College. This report was prepared by a research team from Macalester College. Throughout the day of the workshop, the research team collected demographic data about participants, gauged their familiarity with wind energy, and elicited their perceptions about landscape impacts. This was done through the use of interactive keypad polling, photographic analysis within focus groups, open-ended writing exercises and a final evaluation. The data were brought back to Macalester [...]

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