Wind Speed

Wind Speed
  The rate of flow of the wind undisturbed by obstacles.

Energy terms . 2014.

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  • Average Wind Speed — (or Velocity)   The mean wind speed over a specified period of time …   Energy terms

  • Mean Wind Speed —   The arithmetic wind speed over a specified time period and height above the ground (the majority of U.S. National Weather Service anemometers are at 20 feet (6.1 meters) …   Energy terms

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