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TVA's Buffalo Mountain Wind Power Plant - Wind Turbine (or Windmill) Power Calculator

for 3 Vestas V47-660 kW Wind Turbines

November 26, 2000

Updated April 2006

How Windy Is It Lately? (scroll down for graphs) Note: 1 m/s is about 2.24 Miles/Hour

Wind speed (m/s): [ Effective Range: >4 to <25 ]
Temperature (Celsius):
Relative humidity (%): [ Range: 0 to 100 ]

Note: The turbines produce power for winds above 4 m/s and below 25 m/s. For 4 or lower, or 25 or higher, the calculator will calculate zero because the turbines will produce zero. Also, maximum rated power is produced for winds between about 14 m/s and 25 m/s. See the Basis link for the power curve.

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I have read with interest and a good deal of dismay the decisions of the British Government regarding its Palestine policy.... Frankly I do not believe that the British are wholly correct in saying that the framers of the Palestine Mandate “could not have intended that Palestine should be converted into a Jewish state against the will of the Arab population of the country.”... [W]hile the Palestine Mandate undoubtedly did not intend to take away the right of citizenship and of taking part in the Government on the part of the Arab population, it nevertheless did intend to convert Palestine into a Jewish Home.... Certainly that was the impression that was given to the whole world at the time of the Mandate.
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945), U.S. president. Letter, May 17, 1939, to Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, Second Series. Photocopies of documents from The Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, New York, vol. 15, p. 117, ed. Donald B. Schewe, Clearwater Publishing (1969).

Roosevelt concerned himself with the Palestine Question from early in his administration down to a visit with King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia after the Yalta Conference. ~

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