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The study of wind energy in Sistan region for the purpose of producing wind electricity
Abstract
A 120-day Sistan winds are the most famous local winds in Iran, that below in large areas of the
East from mid-May to mid-September. The spatial and temporal dispersion as well as the peed 120day Sistan wind is of great variety. Zabol station has the longest and the fastest winds. In fact,
strong winds begin from February in this region and continue to November.
In this research, we first applied the three-hour statistics of windspeed in synoptic stations of Sistan
and Balochestan, South Khorasan, Razavi Khorasan and Kerman provinces. Then based on the
findings, the spatial and temporal range of wind below in Sistan region and also the daily and
annual windspeed variability in this region were studied. It was found that Zabol station was the
central core of Sistan wind and parts of the Sistan and Balochestan, South Khorasan, Razavi
Khorasan and Kerman provinces have the same wind regime as Zabol.
Keywords: Wind energy, Sistan region, Wind regime, Fourier time series,


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