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Wind Resource Assessment in Abadan Airport in Iran

By Mojtaba Nedaei

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<p>Renewable energies have potential for supplying of relatively clean and mostly local energy. Wind energy generation is expected to increase in the near future and has experienced dramatic growth over the past decade in many countries. Wind speed is the most important parameter in the design and study of wind energy conversion systems. Probability density functions such as Weibull and Rayleigh are often used in wind speed and wind energy analyses. This paper presents an assessment of wind energy at three heights during near two years based on Weibull distribution function in Abadan Airport. Extrapolation of the 10 m and 40 m data, using the power law, has been used to determine the wind speed at height of 80 m. According to the results wind speed at 80 m height in Abadan is ranged from 5.8 m/s in Nov to 8.5 m/s in Jun with average value of 7.15 m/s. In this study, different parameters such as Weibull parameters, diurnal and monthly wind speeds, cumulative distribution and turbulence intensity have been estimated and analyzed. In addition Energy production of different wind turbines at different heights was estimated. The results show that the studied site has good potential for Installation of large and commercial wind turbines at height of 80 m or higher.</p> <p class="icsmkeywords"><strong><em> </em></strong></p> <strong><em>Keywords:</em></strong> Abadan, Iran, wind energy, wind resource, wind turbine, Weibul

Topics: Renewable energy sources, TJ807-830
Publisher: Diponegoro University
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:70564ee5658144fb8d60c13ddc070ecf
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