Taylor Law in Wind Energy Data
AbstractThe Taylor power law (or temporal fluctuation scaling), is a scaling relationship of the form σ ~ (P)λ where !! is the standard deviation and hPi the mean value of a sample of a time series has been observed for power output data sampled at 5 min and 1 s and from five wind farms and a single wind turbine, located at different places. Furthermore, an analogy with the turbulence field is performed, consequently allowing the establishment of a scaling relationship between the turbulent production IP and the mean value (P). View Full-Text
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Calif, R.; Schmitt, F.G. Taylor Law in Wind Energy Data. Resources 2015, 4, 787-795.
Calif R, Schmitt FG. Taylor Law in Wind Energy Data. Resources. 2015; 4(4):787-795.Chicago/Turabian Style
Calif, Rudy; Schmitt, François G. 2015. "Taylor Law in Wind Energy Data." Resources 4, no. 4: 787-795.