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View the PDF document Estimation of weibull parameters and wind power density and study of synergy between wind and solar energies at Anabar, Nauru
Author:Chandra, Amitesh
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M.Sc. Mathematics
Subject: Weibull distribution, Distribution (Probability theory) Wind power | Nauru | Anabar, Solar energy | Nauru | Anabar
Date: 2018
Call No.: Pac QA 273 .6 .C43 2018
BRN: 1377233
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission

Abstract: The renewal energy, particularly from wind and solar, is emerging as world’s fastest source of accepted substitute energy. Wind and solar energies are inexhaustible sources of energy with increased consumption around the world at a faster pace while the advancement of new wind projects continues to be hindered by absence of reliable wind resource data particularly in the developing countries. This emergences demand the need of evaluation of these resources. Wind and Solar resource evaluation in Nauru has received limited attention to date. The research in this thesis collected wind data from Anabar, which is located at the North-East of Nauru, and looked into the possibility whether solar energy can complement the wind energy at day time and if wind energy can compensate for lack of solar energy at night time. The study also looked at the seasonal variation of wind including Weibull parameters for this region, which is very close to the equator.
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