average wind

average wind

[′av·rij ′wind]
(navigation)
In air navigation, the resultant wind which would produce, or has produced, the same wind effect during a given period as the summation of the actual winds which will affect, or have affected, the flight of an aircraft.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
They calibrated this information against a dataset gathered by a global network of more than 80 buoys, and found that in the studied time, average wind speeds over most of the world's oceans have increased by 1-2 centimeters per second per year.
Temperature is set to drop and become little above than the seasonal average Wind is northwesterly and light to moderate with occasional gusts.
'The average wind speed in the capital during the storm was 65kph at 7:02pm," he added.
6, with maximum average wind speed around 17 to 27 knots (31-50km/hr)," a statement issued by the authority read.
PACA's National Multi Hazard Early Warning Centre on Saturday observed the formation of tropical depression southeast of the Arabian Sea with maximum average wind speed from 17 to 27 knots (31-50km/hr) and located at latitude 67.5E and longitude 11.7N, about 1,550km from Omani coasts.
JTWC measures the average wind strength per 1 minute, while Pagasa measures average winds every 10 minutes.
The sustained or one-minute average wind speed was only 101 mph, which is associated with a Category 2 hurricane.
The energy curve indicates how many kilowatt-hours are produced over a specific period of time, given the average wind speed at the turbine's location.
In addition, the average wind speed was 6.7 knots, while the
Winther Pedersen said, adding that this is also an environmentally friendly project, and the location is suitable for the construction of a wind farm because the average wind speed is 7.7 m/s.
C In gen 2017 a Meanwhile wind power generation rose due to more turbines and higher average wind speeds, and generated twice as much power as coal across the year.