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Is use of "create" in the following sentence correct grammatically and conceptually? If it is not, kindly suggest ways to make it clearer.

In present work, proposed design (variable thickness blade) has a higher efficiency than the original design (constant thickness blade) at the high flow coefficient (ϕ=0.275). By using such a Wells turbine, the cleaner air in the environment will be created because the amount of fossil fuels consumption and air pollution is decreased more at the high flow coefficient in order to produce the electrical energy.

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Although created is not absolutely wrong in that context, there are simpler (and more honest) ways of saying

cleaner air in the environment will be created

The turbines pollute less when they use variable-thickness blades.

A variable thickness blade is more fuel-efficient, which results in cleaner air.

[i.e. cleaner than there would be with a blade with worse fuel-efficiency]

  • What is your exact meaning of "more fuel-efficient"? – user19061 Apr 21 '17 at 15:09
  • fuel-efficiency is a ratio of "work performed" (whatever the work is) to the amount of fuel consumed to do that work. If device A is more fuel-efficient than device B, A does the same amount of work as B, but using less fuel. I'm simply rephrasing your "fuel consumption ... is decreased". – Tᴚoɯɐuo Apr 21 '17 at 18:18

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