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close this bookWind Systems for Pumping Water: A Training Manual (Peace Corps; 1984; 93 pages)
View the documentAcknowledgments
View the documentIntroduction to training
View the documentTraining guidelines
View the documentObjectives for wind system construction training
View the documentSession 1 Introduction and objectives
View the documentSession 2 History of wind systems
View the documentSession 3 Large projects and community analysis
View the documentSession 4 Shop safety and tool care
View the documentSession 5 Representative drawings for construction
View the documentSession 6 Shafts and bearings
View the documentSession 7 Strengths and testing
View the documentSession 8 Joinery
View the documentSession 9 Pumps and pump design
View the documentSession 10 Siting considerations
View the documentSession 11 Sizing wind water pumping systems
View the documentSession 12 Design considerations for pumps and windmills
View the documentSession 13 How to design
View the documentSession 14 Presentation of designs
View the documentSession 15 Construction of wind measuring poles
View the documentSession 16 Exportation for wind sites
View the documentSession 17 Tower raising
View the documentSession 18 Plumbing the wind system
View the documentSession 19 Testing installed wind system
View the documentSession 20 Presentation of projects
View the documentSession 21 Maintenance - preventive and routine
View the documentBibliography
View the documentConstruction materials list
View the documentTool list for 24 participants
View the documentTechnical vocabulary
View the documentReport on the wind-powered in-service training
View the documentRecommendations

Wind Systems for Pumping Water: A Training Manual


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Peace Corps

A training manual

Prepared by

in collaboration with
Domestic Technology International, Inc.
Denver Research Institute

Edited by
Malcolm Lillywhite
Domestic Technology International, Inc.

Peace Corps
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