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59). 2 Profile Laws Above the Surface Layer 47 Fig. 70) (dashed line) with the same data as in Fig. 8. Left daytime, right night-time. The parameters for the various formulas are given in the insert (1988). 21) for unstable and stable conditions. The function u is also different for unstable and stable stratification and is specified below in Eqs. 73). The alternative approaches by Gryning et al. (2007) and Peña et al. 64) in case of non-neutral thermal stratification of the boundary layer: uÃ z z z z z uðzÞ ¼ ln þ T À þ ð3:69Þ z0 LÃ LM zi 2LM j !
2007). 6) to above the surface layer. 60) by introducing a length scale for the middle part of the boundary layer, LM = u*/f (-2 ln(u*/(fz0)) ? 55-1 and a length scale for the upper part of the boundary layer, LU = (zi - z). 55): uÃ z z z z ln þ À uðzÞ ¼ ð3:61Þ z0 LM zi 2LM j 46 3 Vertical Profiles Over Flat Terrain Peña et al. 6) gives: ! uÃ z 1 jz d 1 z jz d z ln þ À À uðzÞ ¼ ð3:64Þ z0 d g 1 þ d zi g zi j For neutral stability and d = 1, Peña et al. 25 they give g = 37 m. 64) from above the surface layer is the height of the boundary layer, zi.
Therefore, the probability of their occurrence and their possible strength should be nevertheless investigated during the procedure of wind turbine sitting. While onshore tornadoes mostly form in the afternoon and the early evening at cold fronts or with large thunderstorms when surface heating is at a maximum, offshore waterspouts are more frequent in the morning and around noon when the instability of the marine boundary layer is strongest due to nearly constant sea surface temperatures (SST) and cooling of the air aloft overnight (Dotzek et al.