Fig. 11 presents the comparison of the daily wind run at 4 m height within the London experimental site, for a Cycloheximide of one week from 2 August to 8 August 2010. They are calculated for different locations of the weather stations: WS2, WS3, WS4, WS5 and WS6 (Fig. 2). In addition, at the location of WS2, the wind run at 10 m height (WS1) is also displayed in Fig. 11. For this week, Thomas Doyle Street (WS5) was the windiest location, while the Ontario Street (WS3) was the most sheltered one. On Friday 6 August, the dominant wind direction above the roof of K2 Building (32 m) was in SE direction, which coincides with the axis of the Keyworth Street. As a result, the WS3 and WS4 reach their highest daily wind run values for this week. Unlike the same solar energy pattern of the different locations, the daily wind run pattern changes at each day due to the change of the wind direction daily.
Fig. 11. Windiness of the London site between 2 and 8 August 2010.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide