DaVinci Center Wind Turbine - Allentown, PA
N 40° 35.050 W 075° 31.294
18T E 455860 N 4492728
Quick Description: Wind Turbine Exhibit at Allentown's DaVinci Center.
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 3/5/2008 3:21:38 PM
Waymark Code: WM3AJ1
Outside the Da Vinci Science Center stands a 102-foot wind turbine. One of the tallest structures in the Lehigh Valley, the turbine will serve as an exhibit on alternate energy sources while reducing the building's emissions and producing a portion of the building's energy. A turbine is a rotor that is driven by the force of a liquid. Wind is defined scientifically as a disturbance of air, which is a liquid.
Open to the public: yes
Is This Windmill Functional?: Yes!
Windmill Farm: no
Museum on Site: yes
Date of Manufacture: Not listed
Cost: Not Listed
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