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Mehdi Jahangiri1, Ali Abdollahi, Alireza Hajji Malayeri, Ahmad Sedaghat, Feasibility of installing wind turbines in Qazvin province Case study: Jarandagh station, 4th National Conference of Mechanical Engineering-NCME2011 November, 2011, Iran.

4th National Conference of Mechanical Engineering-NCME2011
November, 2011, Islamic Azad University, Khomeinishahr Branch, Iran
 

Feasibility of installing wind turbines in Qazvin province

Case study: Jarandagh station

Alireza Hajji Malayeri

 

Mechanic Master of Science student, Isfahan University of technology

A.Hajji@me.iut.ac.ir

Ali Abdollahi

 

Mechanic PHD student, Isfahan University of technology

A.Abdollahi@me.iut.ac.ir

 

Mehdi Jahangiri

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord branch

Jahangiri@iaushk.ac.ir

 

Ahmad Sedaghat

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of technology

Sedaghat@cc.iut.ac.ir

 

 

 

Abstract

In this paper Feasibility of installing wind turbines in Jarandagh station of Qazvin province is implemented. Renewable energy organization of Iran’s 12-monthed data are used for wind energy calculations. Wind velocity at 40, 30 and 10 meter height is studied firstly. Mean wind velocity on this station at mentioned height is 7.03, 6.82, 5.96 m/s respectively. Also windrose of wind blow direction is investigated. From windrose can be seen that the dominant wind direction is between north and northeast for 30m height and is between north and northwest for 37.5m height. This difference probably is that the data reported by the Renewable energy organization of Iran has problems. Annual wind mean power at 10, 30 and 40 meters height show that maximum of wind power production is on July. Also with evaluation the annual wind average power can be seen that 40m and 30m heights for installing wind turbines are suitable.

Keywords: wind energy, Qazvin Province, Jarandagh Station, weibull distribution.

 

 

 

Conference Papers
Month/Season: 
November
Year: 
2011