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Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences (2016) 23(4) 64- 71

Using Wind energy to generate electricity and irrigating plant in Hawija District

Omar K. Ahmad
Renewable Energy Research Unit, Technical Institute, Alhawija, Iraq

Abstract

Al-hawija district considered one of the most important agriculture regions in Iraq; it contains two big irrigation projects: Hawija irrigation project, and Kirkuk irrigation project, this research aims to study the use of wind electricity generation and irrigating agriculture areas in this region. This study showed that the wind velocity, in general, has a low speed which is not appropriate to generate electricity unless its velocity not less than 3.5 m/s at a height of 10 m and it is suitable to amount towers reach 50 m in height. The wind velocity increased in summer then slowdown in winter. June, July, and August recorded the highest in wind velocity, the study showed that wind velocity was appropriate to pump water from the wells that have little to medium depth.

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Keywords:Wind energy utilization, Electricity production, Plant irrigation.

How to cite

TJES: Ahmad OK. Using Wind energy to generate electricity and irrigating plant in Hawija District. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences 2016;23(4):64-71.
APA: Ahmad, O. K. (2016). Using Wind energy to generate electricity and irrigating plant in Hawija District. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences, 23(4), 64-71.