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Wind turbine, the components

What are the components of a wind turbine and how does the wind giant work? On a descriptive level, we can say that the main components of a wind turbine are seven: the rotor and the blades, the generator, the transmission system (with shaft and gears), the control system, the braking devices and the orientation system.
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Volpino di Pomerania

Volpino di Pomerania, in English sounds like "pomeranian", and despite being a German breed it is at the top of the ranking of the most popular breeds in the United States. The Volpino di Pomerania is among the top 15 dog breeds in the world also by registration but reaches the pinnacle of its fame as a celebrity dog.
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Pumpkin Muscat de Provence, cultivation and recipes

Among the most consumed pumpkins in Italian kitchens, there is the Curcubita moschata species with all its varieties. The varieties of pumpkins of the Curcubita moschata species are numerous, in addition to the muscat pumpkin of Provence we mention the pumpkin of Naples, the trumpet zucchini of Albenga and the Butternut pumpkin.
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How to prepare the chainsaw mixture

The chainsaws are equipped with two-stroke engines, these work with a particular mixture, given by petrol and oil. There are ready-to-use products on the market, but those who prefer to save can also prepare the chainsaw mixture at home, what is needed is a tool to measure the exact quantities of petrol and oil.
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Gestation period of cats

Gestation period of cats, a rather simple calculation even if nature then does what it wants and it is good to know what happens in this delicate process to manage it better. Cats always do a little bit of their own business and even with the gestation period of cats, the same happens.The fertility period of cats is also quite wide, starting in February and lasts until late summer, but can vary with the temperature and place, latitude.
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Energy saving: travel

Did you know that traveling by car at 105 km / h instead of 120 km / h saves about 15 of fuel? And that keeping the tires inflated and aligned (what is called toe-in) increases the number of kilometers that can be traveled in a liter by about 3.3? Put these two things together, don't they make a nice saving?
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