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# For the system of prob. p5.22, assume that a small model wind turbine of diameter 90 cm, rotating at 1200 r/min, delivers 280 watts when subjected to a wind of 12 m/s. the data is to be used for a prototype of diameter 50 m and winds of 8 m/s. for dynamic similarity, estimate (a) the rotation rate, and (b) the power delivered by the prototype. assume sea level air density.

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