## Özet

The main purpose of this research was to develop general equations that can be used to estimate the mean and standard deviation of the current power by using perturbation theory. The developed formulae herein can be applied to current data that fit the log Pearson type 3 probability distribution function. By using the fitted parameters of the distribution (shape, scale, and location parameters), the mean and standard deviation of the current power can be estimated more accurately. The developed equation was applied at a location in the vicinity of the Northern Bosphorus. Finally, the maximum power density and energy obtained were 21.24 W/m^{2} and 186.19 kW h/m^{2}/year, respectively.

Orijinal dil | İngilizce |
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Makale numarası | 101363 |

Dergi | Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments |

Hacim | 47 |

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Yayın durumu | Yayınlandı - Eki 2021 |

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### Finansman

This research was supported by the Istanbul Technical University (ITU) under the BAP Unit (Grant No. 42373). This study was supported by Istanbul Technical University Scientific Research Project Coordination Unit (ITU BAP) with grant number 42373. The authors wish to thank the Turkish State Meteorological Service for providing current dataset. I.C.U. acknowledges the support of Turkish Council of Higher Education (CoHE) for 100/2000 CoHE doctoral scholarship.

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CoHE | |

ITU BAP | |

Turkish Council of Higher Education | |

Turkish State Meteorological Service | |

Istanbul Teknik Üniversitesi | 42373 |