Relationship between wind behavior and solar radiation in the city of Bagua, Peru (from March to October, 2019)

  • Ronald Omar Estela Urbina Fabiola Salazar Leguía de Bagua National Intercultural University
  • Carlos Alberto Ríos Campos César Vallejo University
  • Nemesio Santamaría Baldera Fabiola Salazar Leguía de Bagua National Intercultural University
  • Karina Silvana Gutiérrez Valverde National University of Frontera
  • Irma Rumela Aguirre Zaquinaula National University of Jaén
Keywords: Wind speed, solar radiation, Bagua

Abstract

The general objective of this article was to determine the relationship between wind behavior and solar radiation in the city of Bagua, Peru (from March to October, 2019). The specific objectives were: to determine the solar radiation in the city of Bagua; determine the wind speed in the city of Bagua; and determine the relationship between wind speed and solar radiation in the city of Bagua. The study was carried out based on the observation and analysis of the data collected from the RIKA brand RK900-05 portable meteorological station, which was installed at a height of 10 meters with obstacle spacing and a building of at least 70 meters in a circle. This was located on the campus of the National Intercultural University "Fabiola Salazar Leguía de Bagua". The data processing was complemented by a mathematical-statistical treatment in the different time series, lapses or periods through the R-Studio version 3.5.2 software. The results showed the recurrence of peaks or maximums of wind speeds throughout the day, during the months of March-October 2019 and how the radiation power (solar radiation per unit area) has high indices in the same measurement period as the magnitude wind speed. It was concluded that the city of Bagua is a geographical area of ​​Peru where the rates of solar radiation are high during longer periods of the year. It was appreciated that winds of magnitude of low or moderate speeds are the most frequent during the period of March - October 2019 in the province of Bagua-Amazonas-Peru. The little linearity or low correspondence between the variables wind speed that is evident on the axis of the ordinate and the solar radiation represented on the axis of the abscissa was determined, which shows graphically, where by relating the aforementioned variables indicates a Correlation factor value of 0.08.

Author Biographies

Ronald Omar Estela Urbina, Fabiola Salazar Leguía de Bagua National Intercultural University

Associate teacher. Head of the Physics Laboratory. Fabiola Salazar Leguía de Bagua National Intercultural University.

Carlos Alberto Ríos Campos, César Vallejo University

Teaching researcher. César Vallejo University

Nemesio Santamaría Baldera, Fabiola Salazar Leguía de Bagua National Intercultural University

Auxiliary teacher. Fabiola Salazar Leguía de Bagua National Intercultural University

Karina Silvana Gutiérrez Valverde, National University of Frontera

University teacher. Head of the Laboratory of Physics and Thermodynamics. National University of Frontera

Irma Rumela Aguirre Zaquinaula, National University of Jaén

Associate teacher. National University of Jaén

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Published
2020-04-12