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Wednesday, 18 November 2015
11:30 - 13:00 Atmospheric flow over terrain
Resource assessment  
Onshore     


Room: Montparnasse

Complex terrain poses a challenge for onshore wind farms in terms of uncertainty on the energy production and difficult to predict turbulence, shear and gusts. To solve these challenges researcher employ numerical modeling, physical modeling and conduct field experiments.

Session scope:

onshore wind energy only

Learning objectives

The delegates with be able to explain:

  • The importance of field experiments for model validation
  • The strength and limitation of physical flow modeling
  • The possibilities and drawbacks of numerical modelling
  • The possibilities with a completely new kind of wind modeling facility
Lead Session Chair:
Jakob Mann, Professor, DTU Wind Energy / President, EAWE, Denmark
Julia Lange DTU, Denmark
Co-authors:
Jakob Mann (1) F P Nikolas Angelou (1) Jacob Berg (1) Mikael Sjoeholm (1) Torben Mikkelsen (1)
(1) DTU Wind Energy, Roskilde, Denmark

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Presenter's biography

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Julia Lange is currently a PhD candidate at DTU Wind Energy, at the Technical University Denmark. In the last years she has been working in the field of meso- scale modeling as well as in the field of atmospheric turbulences.
Julia graduated at the the Freie Universitaet in Berlin, Germany, where she received a Bachelor and a Master degree in Meteorology.

Abstract

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