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Short-Term Temporal Wind Speed Variability: Case Study of Dubbo Village

Ashenafi Abebe1, Gelana Amente2* and Getachew Abebe3

Journal Title:Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

In this study, short-term temporal variability of wind speed measurement was conducted. Data for day and nighttime wind speeds were collected at 30 minutes intervals for two weeks at Dubbo site. The data were analyzed - statistically by comparing the Weibull parameters. Comparison of daytime and nighttime wind speeds indicated higher average daytime wind speed than that of the night time with the average exceeding the 24 hour average by nearly 20%. Comparison of daytime wind speeds of five data points with 24-hour data points exhibited identical averages with errors of less than 5%.