Development of Novel Based Prolog Programming for Mean Wind Speed & Weibull Distribution at Hiregudda, Karanataka, India

This paper’s main purpose is to calculate annual mean wind speeds at 10 m, 30 m, and 50 m. The annual mean wind speed is estimated from wind data obtained from measurements at Hiregudda, Bagalkot district, Karnataka state, South India, from 2006 to 2010. Cup generator anemometers are used to measure wind speed, and the rotating speed (frequency) of the cups is related to the wind speed. Wind speed was measured at heights of 10 m, 30 m, and 50 m above ground level using three cup anemometers connected to booms on a 50 m lattice met tower. The ten-minute recording interval was chosen. The findings of mean wind speed data are the first step in predicting wind speed data at the location in question, and to determine the site’s yearly mean wind speed data, a PROLOG programme was conceived and constructed. The statistical wind data set was further analysed using Weibull distributions in order to explore the Weibull shape and scale characteristics.


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K. Mahesh
EEE Department, Sir MVIT, Bengaluru, India.

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