Mehta, K. C.
Proceedings of the Workshop on Wind Climate Held at Asheville, North Carolina on November 12-13, 1979.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science.; Electric Power Research Inst., Palo Alto, CA., January 1979, 249 p.
Keywords: ; Wind (Meteorology); Hazards; Acquisition; Wind direction; Meetings; Earthquakes; Data processing; Wind velocity; Data; Climate; Mathematical models; Weather forecasting; Atmospheric motion
Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, July/August 1994. Volume 99, Number 4. Special Issue: Extreme Value Theory and Applications. Proceedings of the Conference on Extreme Value Theory and Applications, Volume 2. Held at Gaithersburg, Maryland, in May 1993.
May 1993, 302 p.
Keywords: Uses; Bayesian analysis; Aerosols; Ozone; Weibull density functions; Extreme-value problems; Fatigue limit; Extremum values; Seismic risk; Ground motion; Ocean waves; Meetings; Spacecraft electronic equipment; Failure analysis; Wind velocity; Corrosion; Floods; Radiation damage; Loads (Forces); Risk analysis; Sequences (Mathematics); Multivariate analysis; Extreme value theory; Microelectronics
Freeman, B. E.
A New Wind Energy Site Selection Methodology.
National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Applied Science and Research Applications., October 1975, 17 p.
Identifying Number(s): SAI-75-662-LJ
Keywords: Wind power; Site selection; Wind (Meteorology); Wind power generation; Data acquisition; SIGMET computer program; Site surveys; Wind velocity; Mathematical models; Planning