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.
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BNetzA initially put the average wind price in the auction at 46/MWh.
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.
Table: 5 Average output voltage generated based on the average wind speed.
5 square miles (four sq km) of water in the North Sea, where the average wind speed is about 10 metres per second.
The project will boost the total electricity production capacity in Dhofar Governorate by utilizing wind resources where the average wind speed is between 7 to 8 m/s.
A low tropical pressure system west of the Arabian Sea with average wind speeds of between 15 and 20 knots is responsible for showering the Sultanate with rain, according to the Public Authority for Civil Aviation's meteorology department.
The average wind speed is a random variable and, in the field of Wind Engineering, the average wind is often described by a Weibull distribution [20] with a scale parameter [lambda] and shape parameter k:
Pakistan has a 1,046-kilometer- long coastal line that has abundant wind resources with an average wind speed of 7.
The parameters k and c have used to estimate the probability distribution function and average wind speed.
15% Enlargement of Swept Area to Better Adapt to Regions with an Annual Average Wind Speed of below 7.
Average wind turbine prices have stabilized since 2015, with a marginal increase, reaching $1.
Cost effectiveness of wind generation is calculated on average wind energy, and the need for baseload recognised.