Statistics of Extreme Winds, Gusts, and Turbulence Intensities below 61-m at the Savannah River Site

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Monday, 3 February 2014
Hall C3 (The Georgia World Congress Center )
Allen H. Weber, Savannah River National Laboratory (retired), North Augusta, SC; and S. R. Chiswell and J. B. Blackmon

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Wind speed, gusts, and turbulence intensities have been collected at the Savannah River Site's Central Climatology Tower at 61, 32, 18, and 4 meter heights for the past 10 years. Extreme values and trends of these measurements will be presented for the period of record. We will also present correlations among the various extreme values, as well as assessing some methods of interpolating the variables to other heights.