Ill. high school uses turbine for lessons on wind energy

10/14/2013 | Journal Star (Peoria, Ill.)

Students at Elmwood High School in Illinois are using data from the school's new 100-foot-tall wind turbine to learn math and science. Students build models of the turbine to learn about wind energy and blade angles, calculate distances and incorporate other data. The lessons are part of the state Wind for Schools program, while an Illinois Clean Energy Foundation grant helped pay for the turbine.

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