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Applications of Unconventional Statistical and Fermi Estimation Techniques to Study the Economic Feasibility of Micro and Nano Wind Turbine Power Generation

Author : Phalgun Madhusudan 1 Aditya Anilkumar 2

Date of Publication :7th November 2016

Abstract: Electrical engineers around the world are researching applicability of micro and nano wind turbines placed around buildings and structures in cities to harvest clean renewable energy. Economic considerations of such endeavours have been studied to a very low extent. The practical non-existence of such functioning systems around the world prevents engineers from performing highly accurate studies of the economic impact of such projects. This paper uses unconventional statistical modelling in conjunction with Fermi estimation techniques to perform an economic analysis for such projects.

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