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WSWill Shortz (creator of popular wordless crossword puzzle Sudoku)
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WSWorker Safety and Health
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WSWheelin' Sportsmen
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WSWeird Silence
WSWhittaker - Shannon (sampling theorem)
WSWeber-Schafheitlin Integral
WSWidth Skew
WSWeapon Specification/System
WSWare Shoals Railroad Company
WSWarren Shepell Consultants Corporation (Toronto, ON, Canada)
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The observation and forecast wind data were averaged over the 15-day test period to generate the wind speed rose, plotted at a 22.5-degree angular resolution and in 5 ms-1 intervals in wind speed, illustrated in Figure B6.
In this section, we review a few popular approaches for prediction of short-term wind speed. Time series models, such as autoregressive moving average (ARMA) [10] and ARIMA [11], are widely used for short-term wind speed prediction.
To provide the basis for the finite element simulation of the wind-induced vibration response of the measured transmission lines, the wind speed recorded in the field must be converted into the wind loads on the lines.
Based on this, this paper proposes a wind speed prediction model based on VMD and Lorenz system.
In New York, high wind speed averages occur in winter months (January to April and November and December) and those in the warm season (May to September) are lower.
Power increases cubically with velocity, so doubling the wind speed increases the available energy eightfold.
The output system is varying based on the solar radiation and wind speed. The output of this project is depending on the availability of the source.
"The maximum wind speed recorded at Bahrain International Airport was 24 knots and gusts reached 33 knots, while southern areas reported 34 knots as maximum wind speed with gusts reaching 46 knots.
Offshore wind power exhibits higher wind speed than onshore wind speed [8].
Forecasters are predicting that wind speeds will rise as high as 93mph in parts of North Wales by Friday as stormy conditions arrive.