|Title:||Long-term wind climate in a large oceanic island harbour||Authors:||Rodriguez, G.||UNESCO Clasification:||2510 Oceanografía||Issue Date:||2002||Journal:||WIT Transactions on the Built Environment||Conference:||Third International Conference on The Management, Operation, Design and Building of Ports, Marinas and Other Maritime Works, Maritime Engineering and Ports||Abstract:||Knowledge of wind climate is of great importance fort he adequate design and construction of harbours and for operational considerations. Statistical properties of wind climate at LasPalmas Port, a large harbour located in an small oceanic island, are studied by using an incomplete data set of maximum daily wind speed covering a period of 10 years. Annual and seasonal variabilities, a swell as probability of extreme values occurrence are examined. Additionally, a time-frequency representation of this nonstationary time series is developed.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/51981||ISBN:||1853128147||ISSN:||1743-3509||Source:||WIT Transactions on the Built Environment [ISSN 1743-3509], v. 62, p. 191-200|
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