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Unformatted text preview: WIND ENERGY UTILIZATION IN PALESTINE Contents: Abstract(02) Introduction..(02) Energy storage..(04) Wind characteristics and site analysis..(04) Wind speed probability distribution.(05) Reyleigh distribution(05) Weibull distribution..(06) Air density.(06) Wind turbine setting..(06) Power from the wind.(07) Maximum power can be extracted from the wind.(07) Local wind energy potential..(09) Wind energy economics(12) Conclusion.(13) ABSTRACT : In this project, the wind energy potentials of selected region in Palestine which is "GAZA STRIP" well be done. Along term hourly wind speed data is the most appropriate form for calculating wind speeds duration and the available power. The data forms available were not so accurate, and it was necessary to bring them as close as possible to the recommended data forms. The data which was modified was identified Gaza Strip as one of the regions that have low energy potentials approximately about 54.9 kwh/m 2 if compared by Ramallah which has high energy potentials approximated to 712.2 kwh/m 2 . INTRODUCTION : Renewable energy, mainly solar and wind energy , can play an important rule in solving energy problems in Gaza Strip and West Bank. And the energy of the wind is an important natural source of mechanical power, It was important for the windmill's site to have a high average wind speed. These windmills were located in towns and villages where the power is needed. The power which could be produced is small, and the intermittent operation of the wind energy conversion system (WECS) so windmills are unable to compete with cheaper, more reliable and abundant sources discovered later. The world started to think seriously about renewable energy especially that of wind. Comparing with the steadily rising fuel costs, wind energy is becoming an attractive source for the future power supply systems....
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2008 for the course ENGINEERIN power taught by Professor Allan during the Spring '08 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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