Not a bad view from the office!

DeAnna Sewell of the Air Sea Interaction Laboratory gets to work atop the turbine.

DeAnna Sewell (M.S. 2012) from the Air Sea Interaction Laboratory is certified to climb the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment’s wind turbine to help facilitate studies on the 256-foot-tall machine.  The 2-mega watt turbine is located  at the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus, near the Air Sea Interaction Laboratory’s Wind-Wave-Current Flume.  The Gamesa turbine became operational in June, 2010 and offset’s the energy used by the campus. Check out the full article >>

In the Fall of 2012 DeAnna revived a Master of Science degree in Physical Ocean Science and Engineering. For more information on her Master’s work, check out this link >>



Article by: Alex Davies


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