We’ve Got Wind But

Lots of electrical generating windmills exist, but are they good for local atmospheric environments after conversion of wind energy to electrical energy—wind to rotational mechanical energy exchange; thereafter, stripping the wind content of something?

We know there exists a balance of atmospheric moisture content related to ground moisture content; it follows, wind has a contributing factor with these above- and below-ground moisture averages over time balances.*

I think this: would be an interesting live study applied to operational wind farm utilizing 3-blade windmill electrical generating towers group; for example, at the elevation of windmill blades have a Relative Humidity (RH%) data logger placed before the wind impacts the windmill blades and RH% data logger placed to measure the air after passing through the windmill blades; as a result, look a the difference between RH before and after RH% data logger; thereafter, analyze real time acquired and recorded data during operation of the windmill under various wind loading conditions. Relative humidity might be a better indication of ability of air to carry moisture and any differences after the wind energy is converted to mechanical rotation of windmill blades? Does the prevailing wind RH% change as a function of wind speed, rotational speed of windmill, and after energy conversion by windmill rotational blades—The question to answer: is RH% measured before- and after-passing windmill blades different? What is lost that comprise RH% is different?**

There seems to be more things to learn as we move into new areas of applied science discoveries,


*Lei Deng et al., “Effect of Soil Moisture and Atmospheric Humidity on Both Plant Productivity and Diversity of Native Grasslands across the Loess Plateau, China,” Ecological Engineering 94 (September 1, 2016): 525–31, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoleng.2016.06.048.

**harma, astha. “Are Windmills Driving The Rainfall Away?” Accessed March 24, 2022. https://www.thecitizen.in/index.php/en/newsdetail/index/8/11726/are-windmills-driving-the-rainfall-away.



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