Vurdering av beregningsmetoder for vind-karakteristika
MetadataShow full item record
Atmospheric stability is important to, among other things, obtain a more accurate estimate of the wind speed profile. This work presents atmospheric stability distributions at two sites from three masts and compares them. Two of the masts are only 3 kilometers apart and their stability distributions are found to be correlated. The atmospheric stability is calculated using the bulk Richardson number, the surface Richardson number and the sonic method. It is shown that the resulting distributions vary depending on which method is utilized.