Ducts and shrouds are common attempted augmentations
Courtesy Paul Gipe
Ducts and shrouds are common attempted augmentations to divert more wind into, or increase wind speed through, the turbine’s blades. However, the nature of fluid dynamics makes the wind adept at flowing around these obstructions rather than through them. Savvy turbine designers use larger swept area to increase power input instead of trying to trick the wind.
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