Based on the aim of the IRPWind, which is to foster better integration of European research activities in the field of wind energy research with
Participants worked on the determination of the uncertainty in power performance measurements using lidar systems.
Participants discussed about lidar measurements for wake assessment and comparison with wake models.
We would like to welcome South Korea to IEA Wind Task 32.
Simulation and Visualization Help Researchers Understand Best Use of Lidar for Wind Turbine Wake Measurement
Visualizations such as these, which fuse a detailed simulation with experimental lidar data, could provide a powerful way for researchers to understand the basic physics
Researchers at the National Wind Technology Center (NWTC) at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) are collaborating with the University of Stuttgart, Delft University of
Dear Colleagues, We have launched a new forum on our website. There you can post news, ask questions regarding the task organization, the application areas
Workshop #2 on Optimizing Lidar Design for Wind Turbine Control Applications completed successfully!
Participants worked on identifying the objectives and barriers of lidar-assisted control.
We would like to welcome Austria to IEA Wind Task 32.
The workshop on Optimizing Lidar Design for Wind Turbine Control Applications will be held on July 5th at the Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston, MA, USA