What is the unit of measurement for mean speeds in the graph?
How are the wind speed values presented in the station descriptions?
What does the radial extent of the circle segments in the middle left graph represent?
What is used as a reference in calculating the spectrum below?
Which type of curve is used to plot the results obtained for each standard hour?
What must values read from the graph be multiplied by?
What do the full lines represent in the graph for January and July?
What represents a mean or reference day used in calculating the spectrum below?
What is the standard deviation of wind speed in m/s for the station at 10.0 m above ground level?
What is the mean wind speed in m/s for the station at 11.0 m above ground level?
At what height above ground level is the mean wind speed 2.4 m/s?
What is the cube value for the station at 10.0 m above ground level in m^3/s^3?
During which year were measurements taken in Reims, France?
In which month did the station at 11.0 m above ground level record a cube value of 110.m^3/s^3?
What was the maximum wind speed recorded during week 5?
This quiz covers the analysis of a wind distribution table, including the frequency of wind occurrence in sectors and the distribution of wind speeds at different heights above ground level. The quiz also involves interpreting time format and understanding Weibull distribution.
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