WESC 2019 Mini-Symposium

June 20, 2019

Symposium leader: Andy Clifton (Task 32 Operating Agent, U. Stuttgart)

Venue: Wind Energy Science Conference, Cork, Ireland

Five members of Task 32 presented their work to almost 100 participants in the 2019 Wind Energy Science Conference in Cork, Ireland in the IEA Wind Task 32 mini-symposium on 20th June 2019. The Mini-Symposium was set up and moderated by Dr. Andrew Clifton, Task Operating Agent.

More information about WESC 2019 can be found here.

Presentations

195:Floating Lidar within IEA Wind Task 32. Peter Clive, Black & Veatch
435:Wind turbine power performance measurement in complex terrain using nacelle lidars. Rozenn Wagner, DTU Wind Energy
447:Wind measurements with drone-based wind lidars. Nikola Vasiljevic, DTU Wind Energy
480:

Wind field reconstruction in the wind turbine induction zone – a comparative exercise. Nicolai Gayle Nygaard, Ørsted

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606:Mitigating barriers of lidar-assisted control: recommendations for a lidar-data processing framework and for extreme event simulation. Steffen Raach, U. Stuttgart

USING THESE PRESENTATIONS

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