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Analysis of the Wind Speed as a Function of the Height of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer
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Authors
[1]
A. Benaboud, Laboratory of electrical engineering and energetic systems, IbnTofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
[2]
A. Echchelh, Laboratory of electrical engineering and energetic systems, IbnTofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
[3]
A. Saad, Laboratory of electrical engineering and energetic systems, IbnTofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
[4]
M. Hajjoubi, Laboratoire de climatologie et télédétection, Université Hassan II, FLSH Ben M'Sick.
[5]
Karrouk. M. S, Laboratoire de climatologie et télédétection, Université Hassan II, FLSH Ben M'Sick.
[6]
F. Lahlou, Laboratory of electrical engineering and energetic systems, IbnTofail University, Kenitra, Morocco.
Abstract
The aim of this work is to model the wind speed profile in a semi-arid area based on the thermal stability of the atmosphere. The velocity profiles are measured under optimal conditions by the Centre for Development of Renewable Energy CDER. The data is collected every 10 minutes at heights ranging from 10 to 50 m above the ground using a tower installed on the Wind Park Koudia Al Baida (the region of Tanger Tetouan). The atmospheric stability classes, thus defined, the vertical profiles of tracks wind speed show that when the atmospheric conditions are unstable, the air movement is strongly turbulent and profile tends towards uniformity. By cons, if the conditions are stable profile is close enough to where the data is processed globally irrespective stability classes.
Keywords
Atmospheric Stability, Vertical Wind Profile, Roughness, Similarity Theory
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