LOCALIZATION OF WIND POWER PLANTS IN URBAN AREAS BASED ON WIND SPEED MEASUREMENT - INTRODUCTION
 
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Politechnika Białostocka, Wydział Budownictwa i Inżynierii Środowiska
Publication date: 2018-12-07
 
BoZPE 2018;(1):83–88
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This paper presents the variants of wind turbine location based on the measurements of air velocity in different parts of urban development. Wind-power plants are most often associated with non-urbanized areas due to the small rough terrain. In the case of urbanized areas, the possibility of using wind turbines is very limited due to the considerable rough terrain. In the case of built-up areas it is possible to use the so-called urban vertical wind turbines that can operate at relatively low air velocities. The location of the wind power plant within the building should be measured by the wind speed. Wind speed measurements were carried out at various locations in the Białystok Technical University on the roof of the building, on the wall of the building and between buildings. Measurements of air velocity were carried out using permanently installed anemometers.
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