Hi, this is my first post on this forum, although ive often refered to many posts for random information, so thanks to all the people who dedicate time to other peoples questions, I greatly appreciate it. This is my first attempt for something like this and my knowledge of physics is very basic. So heres my problem.. Im trying to come up with an approximate power output of a turbine with a radius of 1m with a force directly applied at the tip of the turbines of 600N (torque?) I assume that wind generates much lower torque so the equivalent energy production of a wind turbine the same size would produce much less energy. (right?) I dont have any materials in order to base my approximations of the weight of the turbines, but I assume fibreglass could be an efficient material in this case. So if i hooked this up to a generator, how much output would i get? What other factors am i missing that I should be including in my equations? Any input would be great i dont expect any direct answer since im probably missing out on too many factors at this point.