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American Journal of Mathematics and Physics Application (AJMPA)

Evaluation of wind electricity ability inside the shelek corridor (Kazakhstan) the usage of weibull distribution characteristic

By, Journal ID: AJMPA-24-06-2019-18
(This article belongs to Vol - 01, Issue - 01)
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Kazakhstan currently has one of the maximum, according to capital, carbon footprints inside the global. there is heavy reliance (approx 85%) on coal for power manufacturing in Kazakhstan. Coal is a very carbon-in depth gas. A pressure to mild coal’s contribution to power manufacturing gives a driving force for wind strength development. locating an appropriate vicinity calls for a detailed and often luxurious analysis of neighborhood wind conditions. Wind resource assessment is an important first step in gauging the potential of a domain to provide power from windmills. on this paper, the wind power ability of the Shelek hall, located inside the Almaty area in Kazakhstan changed into examine. local wind velocity distributions are represented via Weibull facts. The results display that the average annual imply wind speed version for Shelek hall tiers from 4.0 to 8.0 m/s. The wind electricity density variant based at the Weibull analysis ranges from 280.0 to W/m2

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American Journal of Mathematics and Physics Application (AJMPA) ISSN 2290-8887 Published by SDIP, London, United Kingdom.
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