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A similar approach can be obtained for the GPD. The fourth approach is known as the Best Linear Unbiased Estimator (BLUE). It estimates the characteristic parameters as a weighted sum of the ranked observations, specifying individual sets of weighting factors for each characteristic parameter. For the type I extreme value distribution, respective coefficients are published in (Balakrishnan and Chan 1992) for an ensemble size up to 30, where the coefficients relate to the notation in Eq. 27) i¼1 In Fig.

11 Probability density function of wind speed (black circle: Vane; white circle: Sonic). (a) At 8 m/s (Vane); (b) At 8 m/s (Sonic); (c) At 21 m/s (Vane); (d) At 21 m/s (Sonic); (e) At 32 m/s (Vane); (f) At 32 m/s (Sonic); (g) At 60 m/s (Vane) 22 b 2 H G a S. 9 10 20 30 40 U [m/s] 50 Fig. 12 Variations of skewness and kurtosis with mean speed measured by sonic anemometers. (a) Skewness; (b) Kurtosis sonic and vane anemometers. It is found that they agree approximately with a standard Gaussian distribution at these wind speeds.

4 Probability distribution of the annual mean wind speed—theoretical range assuming that the hourly wind speeds are Weibull-distributed and observed range (Du¨sseldorf airport 1951–1999) show a clear seasonal variation. More than 90 % of the storms occur in the months from October to March, and there is no reason why the “parent” wind speeds from the summer can be assumed to influence the winter storms. 4 Sampling Ensemble of Extremes The intuitive strategy for sampling the ensemble for the extreme value statistics uses yearly extremes typically based on the western calendar year.

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