The solar wind turbines of the future will be built using a series of simple and inexpensive pieces of software, a new technology from the University of Queensland.
The new technology, which has been described as “the world’s first solar-based design and writing software” by the University, is a software that enables developers to write simple and simple software for solar wind farms, such as turbines and the generators that power them.
In this video, the students explain the technology.
The software, called chirp, is based on a computer program written in C++.
It was developed by a team led by Dr Michael Sheppard, from the Faculty of Science at the University.
Dr Sheppard and his team were the first to successfully demonstrate a working prototype of the software, which is now being used to create turbines and generators for solar farms.
“This is a breakthrough in the field of design and software, because the program is simple, straightforward and very fast,” Dr Sheppes said.
“It’s the first time a software-based system has been used to build a solar-powered wind turbine, and the program’s simplicity is very appealing.”
The new software was designed by the team, which includes members of the Computer Science Department, and is a proof of concept.
Dr Michael’s team has also created a demonstration version for commercial use.
The solar wind industry, and all renewable energy technologies, rely on the energy generated by the sun.
The technology is increasingly being used in the production of photovoltaic (PV) panels, which produce electricity by capturing the sunlight.
In addition to creating a turbine, the chirping software allows the developers to add generators and turbines to the wind farm.
It is a simple concept, explained Dr Sheppe.
“We’re basically making a software for creating a solar turbine, which we can then modify to generate energy from solar power,” he said.
“Our software is designed to be used by anybody with a computer.
It’s a simple, clean, straightforward solution for a solar farm, and a really powerful tool for developers.”
The chirpers can also be used to design a generator for solar energy production.
“You can actually design the generator, and then use it as a wind turbine and then modify it to generate electricity from the sun,” Dr Steven Sheppard said.
A solar wind farm with turbines at a farm in the United States.
The team says the technology has already been used by other organisations, including large solar-power companies, to build and test wind farms.
“The software is currently being used by companies to build the first commercial wind farm,” Dr Steve said.
While the software is relatively easy to use, the team says it will be easier to use in the future if more developers can use it to create their own designs.
“We think there will be more and more use cases for chirps in the near future, and we expect that more and better applications will be developed by the chispers,” Dr Michael said.
The project was funded by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA).