Some Additional Coherence Data in the Inertial Subrange

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  • 1 Department of Meteorology, Uppsala University, Uppsala Sweden
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Abstract

Some coherence measurements, taken at the Näsudden wind energy test site, for small separation distances at a height of 65–77 m, are analyzed in terms of a theoretical coherence model for isotropic turbulence, and for Davenport similarity.

The decay parameters for the horizontal wind components are found to be about the same for vertical and horizontal separation in the inertial subrange.

Abstract

Some coherence measurements, taken at the Näsudden wind energy test site, for small separation distances at a height of 65–77 m, are analyzed in terms of a theoretical coherence model for isotropic turbulence, and for Davenport similarity.

The decay parameters for the horizontal wind components are found to be about the same for vertical and horizontal separation in the inertial subrange.

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