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Title: The Simplest Estimation Method of Weibull Probability Distribution Parameters
Authors: Badawi, Ahmed Samir 
Ouda, Mohamed 
Zyoud; Alhareth 
Yusoff, Siti Hajar 
Keywords: Shape;Wind power;Wind power plants - Technological innovation - Mathematical models;Winds - Speed - Measurement - Mathematical models;Cities and towns;Probability distribution
Issue Date: 21-Dec-2021
Conference: 6th IEEE International Conference on Recent Advances and Innovations in Engineering (ICRAIE) 
Abstract: This study aims to calculate the parameters of Weibull distribution based on a simple numerical analysis method. Two numerical analyses methods; Empirical Method (EM) and Method of Moments (MOM) are compared in this research based on the simplicity of the numerical analysis. Wind speed data was measured and analysed from January 2014 to December 2015 in Ashqelon city, Palestine as a sample of actual data. Based on the shape factor “k” and scale factor “c” the probability distribution curve can be determined to estimate the potential of wind energy. Moreover, it can be used in selecting the best location for installing wind turbine generators.
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