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With a Wind Shear Exponent 0.25 and wind velocity at level 10 m measured to 5 m/s - wind sped at level 40 m can be estimated by transforming (1)
v = (h / ho)α vo (1b)
Substituting with values
v = ((40 m) / (10 m))0.25 (5 m/s)
= 7.1 m/s
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