# Fig nbsp xA The left side plot

Sheinman and Rosen [16] reported a function that VTP-27999 gives a ratio of the average turbulence intensity (TI) and the TI that account for the dynamic characteristics of the wind turbine Vestas V25, illustrated in Fig. 5. The peak of the correction function for different wind speed averages are very close to the one located at the meteorological microscale in the Van der Hoven spectrum. This is explained by the response characteristics of the wind turbine, and the variability's influence on such response in the frequency domain. The frequency range in which the dynamic characteristics of wind have an impact on the turbine's response is within 0.01–1 Hz or 36–3600 cycles per hour. Gusts occurring at a frequency in the vicinity of 0.07 Hz or 250 cycles per hour cause the strongest impact in the delivery of power from the wind turbine. This impact is represented by the peak observed in the correction function, which corrects the statistical TI with a dynamic one by a maximum factor of 8. It is at interphase frequency value where the PSD has a major contribution, as illustrated in Fig. 2 and Fig. 4.