MEMS 5705 Wind Energy Systems







Teaching Assistants:


Michael Malick
Office: Lopata 400
mwmwalick@gmail.com

Sean Hong
Office: Lopata 400
jh25@wustl.edu

Tianpei Li
tianpei.li@wustl.edu


Ean Murnan
ean.murnan@wustl.edu

Colin Lane
ctlane@wustl.edu

Charlie Morrow
c.f.morrow@wustl.edu

Email electronic submissions to: 2017sWindEnergyHW@gmail.com
HOMEWORK ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION GUIDELINES


Lecture Assignment Due Day
Lectures 1 & 2 Homework 1 1/30/2017
Lectures 3 & 4 Homework 2 2/6/2017
Lectures 5 & 6 Homework 3 --------- Mt Tom Data 2/13/2017
Project 1 Pages 16 & 17 of Lecture 5 2/20/17
Lectures 7 & 8 Homework 4 2/27/17
Lectures 9 & 10
A Compact Closed Form Solution For The Optimum Ideal Wind Turbines Paper
Project 2 Lecture 9, pages 68-69, Lecture 11, page 64 3/6/17
Lectures 11 & 12 L12 Addendum Homework 5 3/27/17
Final Project 4/26/17
Lecture 13
Project 3 4/12/17
Project 4 4/24/17
Lecture 14
Lecture 15
Lecture 16
Lecture 17
Lecture 18, part A
Lecture 18, part B
Lecture 19, part A
Lecture 19, part B
Lecture 25-26
Review Sheet - Exam 1
Fourier Transform Table
Practice Exam 1

Windmill Failure 1
Windmill Failure 2
Nikolsky Lecture
Nikolsky Lecture Powerpoint


Additional homework problems may be added in lectures. Students should follow assignments given in lectures if it is different from those shown on this webpage. This website will NOT be held responsible for students missing homework problems.

Different approaches other than those used in solution may exist.
Solution provided here is only for reference and its optimality largely depends on configuration of problems.




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