Pakistan - Wind Measurement Data

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Data repository for measurements from 12 wind masts in Pakistan. Data will be uploaded in batches, on a monthly basis, and will transmit daily reports for wind speed, wind direction, air pressure, relative humidity and temperature. For access to maps and GIS layers, please visit the Global Wind Atlas: https://globalwindatlas.info/ Please cite as: [Data/information/map obtained from the] “World Bank via ENERGYDATA.info, under a project funded by the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP). For more information: Pakistan Wind Measurement Data, 2018, https://energydata.info/dataset/peshawar-annexes"

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Source https://globalwindatlas.info/
Author Clara Ivanescu
Maintainer Oliver Knight
Last Updated February 27, 2019, 12:00 (UTC)
Created February 23, 2017, 09:42 (UTC)
Topic Wind; Resource assessments
Country Pakistan
Region South Asia
Status Complete
Published year 2017
Start date 2016
End date 2018
Group Renewable Energy Resource Mapping

Comments [2 ]


Question Created 01.24.2019 06:51

Why is temperature for Quetta Data more at higher altitude? How can temperature be more at higher altitude?

None Created 03.20.2019 18:51

Dear Visitor,

The configuration for the Quetta mast is a 76m mast, which is different compared to the other masts. The temperature was previously given at the height of 76m (columns BI-BL) starting on 14/05/2016 to measure. The height was then corrected to 61m (columns BE-BH) starting on 19/12/2016. Hence, from 19/12/2016, T76 is discarded.

Please consider the following dates for Quetta measurements:
14/05/2016 – 18/12/2016 – T76 (columns BI-BL)
19/12/2016 – 30/09/2018 – T61 (columns BE-BH)

Thank you for using ENERGYDATA.INFO.
The ENERGYDATA Team

Last edited: 03.20.2019 at 18:53
questions about wind speed Created 12.27.2018 15:11

sir what is meant by a20_wind_speed and a40_wind_speed also what are the units of measurments

Created 01.10.2019 14:46

Dear Visitor,
The ‘a’ in e.g. a20_wind_speed stands for altitude. Hence ‘a20_wind_speed’ is the wind speed at 20 meters above ground and ‘a40_wind_speed’ is the wind speed at 40 meters above ground.
Wind speed in this dataset is measured in meters per second (m/s).
For more information on headers and the units for each single headers, the details can be found in attachment files named ‘Headers’. For example: Wind-Measurements_Pakistan_Chakri_WB-ESMAP_Header.
Thank you for using ENERGYDATA.INFO.
The ENERGYDATA Team