effective wind

effective wind

A calculated wind equal in speed and direction to the average of any number of varying actual winds. It is used especially in sound-ranging and weather observations.
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Economics Minister Shen Jong-chin said Taiwan's west coast was the site for some of the world's most effective wind energy stations, and that if everything went according to plan, by 2025 green energy would account for 20 percent of the country's supply, attracting even more investment in sectors like wind power.
The most effective wind breaks use parallel rows of different species that grow thick foliage at different heights to ensure that the wind is controlled from ground level up.
Employing a combination of green power contracts, Iron Mountain was able to negotiate cost effective wind and other renewable resources to supply all of the company's electricity usage in these countries, including the data center operations in Slough and Amsterdam.
However, the response amplitude when using the air-relative velocities was inconspicuous even under a fierce wind field, which was a result of the estimation error of the effective wind force.
It may be noted that the small variation in performance was observed due to natural wind interference in the path of effective wind direction.
One of the more difficult problems in designing effective wind, current, or wave visualizations is dealing with the scale of the map.
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As seen, in the process of calculating the wind shelter index of geographical points based on a specific area, determination of the effective wind shelterdistance is necessary.
The effective wind speed, [V.sub.e] (in m/s), depends on several factors, such as the basic wind speed ([V.sub.b]), the altitude factor ([S.sub.a]), the direction factor ([S.sub.d]), the seasonal factor ([S.sub.s]), the probability factor ([S.sub.p]), and the terrain and building factor ([S.sub.b]), as shown in the following equations (British Standards Institution 1997):
The TSR is a dimensionless metric defined as the ratio of the tangential speed of the blade tips divided by the effective wind speed perpendicular to the rotor plane, or [lambda] = [[ohm].sub.r]R / V, where R is the rotor radius (m) and [[ohm].sub.r] is the rotational speed (rad/s) of the rotor.
Pentalum Technologies, a company that develops SpiDAR, a cost effective wind Light Detection and Ranging system (LiDAR) for remote sensing of wind, has received a strategic investment from GE Ventures, the investment arm of General Electric (NYSE: GE).
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