Wind Speed and Wind Pressure

Wind pressure is proportional to the square of wind speed. Beware the Typhoon, cyclone in the western pacific sea.

Pressure: [Pa]
Power on 1m2 : [N] ‚Čí [Kgf]

The equation is this.

Pressure = ½ x Density x the square of wind speed.

Density is set at International Standard Atmosphere 1.225kg/m3 by default. It varies when temparature, humidity, or air pressure changes.

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