The third project meeting of the IEA Annex 32 was hold at the NREL facilities on the 13th-15th May 2013. The related minutes summarize the activities, the discussion and the results of the meeting.

Annex 32 – Work Packages & organization

  • “Introduction to the 3rd project meeting.”
    M. Kühn, J.J. Trujillo and D. Trabucchi, ForWind – University of Oldenburg
  • “Subtask 1 – Lidar calibration and uncertainty – Overview and Status.”
    M. Courtney, DTU WInd Energy
  • “Workpackage 1.3: Calibrating Nacelle Lidars – Kickoff .”
    M. Courtney, DTU WInd Energy
  • “Workpackage 1.5: Calibrating Floating Lidars – Kickoff.”
    J. Gottschall, Fraunhofer IWES
  • “Conclution to the 3rd project meeting.”
    M. Kühn, J.J. Trujillo ForWind and D. Trabucchi, ForWind – University of Oldenburg
  • “IEA Task 32: Subtask 2.”
    A. Clifton, NREL
  • “Subtask 3: Overview and status.”
    A. Rettenmeier, SWE – University of Stuttgart
  • “IEA Task 32-WP 3.1: Exchange experience in power performance testing using ground-based Lidar according to IEC 61400-12-1 CDV.”
    R. Wagner, DTU WInd Energy
  • “Work Package 3.3: Nacelle-based power performance testing.”
    A. Rettenmeier, SWE – University of Stuttgart
  • “Workpackage list and contact details.”

Selected Talks

 

    • “Quantifying wind turbine wakes characteristics from scanning remote sensors data.”
      M.L. Aitken et al., University of Colorado, NREL,CIRES,NOAA
    • “Lidars in complex flow.”
      P. Clive, Sgurr Energy
    • “Calibrating Nacelle Lidars.”
      M. Courtney, DTU WInd Energy
    • “Floating lidars: model and onshore validation.”
      J. Gottschall, Fraunhofer IWES
    • “Model based wind vector field reconstruction from lidar data.”
      M. Hofsäß et al., SWE – University of Stuttgart, DTU Wind Energy
    • “AXYS WindSentinel.”
      G. Howe, AXYS Technologies
    • “Computational methods for quantifying lidar error in complex flow.”
      J.K. Lundquist et al., University of Colorado, NREL
    • “Profiles through the rotor disk and turbine power production variability.”
      J.K. Lundquist et al., University of Colorado, NREL
    • “Floating lidars.”
      N.G. Nygaard, DONG Energy
    • “Equivalent wind speed measurements with a nacelle lidar for power performance testing.”
      A. Rettenmeier, SWE – University of Stuttgart
    • “NREL’s National Wind Technology Center.”
      P. Veers, NREL
    • “Uncertainty of lidar in complex terrain.”
      K. Vogstad et al., Meventus
    • “Rotor Equivalent wind speed for AEP.”
      R. Wagner, DTU Wind Energy
    • “Rotor Equivalent wind speed measurements.”
      R. Wagner, DTU Wind Energy
    • “Power curve measurement using a two-beam nacelle mounted lidar.”
      R. Wagner et al., DTU Wind Energy
    • “eOLOS LiDAR Buoy.”
      I. Würth, SWE – University of Stuttgart