OBTAINING THE MEANDERING LOOP PARAMETER IN LOW WIND SPEED CONDITION
Keywords:Meandering. Autocorrelation function.
The looping parameter m is the main value to characterize the meandering phenomenon. This parameter is relationship with negative lobes in the observed autocorrelation function generated from components of horizontal speed. In this work, we present a study comparing the mean values of the looping parameter between 2 diverse sites in the Brazilian sector.
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