Resource assessment: measurements
When: Wednesday, 6 April 2022, 11:30 - 13:00
Where: Luxua 2 - Level 3
Despite the tremendous success and deployment of wind energy in many different areas of the world, the "fuel" wind is not yet fully understood and predictable. Very large clusters of offshore wind energy systems, or even the use of wind energy in complex terrain, intensify the need to understand our fuel as fully as possible in order to optimally tailor the design and operation of wind turbines, wind farms, and wind farm clusters. The presentations in this session will show innovative applications of remote sensing measurement techniques that will lead to a much better understanding of wind as a resource, as well as elaborated methods for automatic assessment of large amounts of data collected by the aforementioned technologies.
Managing Director, ForWind - Center for Wind Energy Research
Head of CTO Support & Reporting, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
Offshore Wind Resource Assessment using long-range scanning lidars in dual doppler (DD) mode – A case study
OWC (Aqualis) GmbH
Dual lidar: how you can revolutionise the offshore wind resource assessment.
Leosphere (a Vaisala company)
Practical experience with multi-lidar measurements for resource assessment
University of Kassel
Nacelle lidar in complex terrain – what’s the added value?
Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy Systems (IWES)
Increasing acceptance of remote sensing device in complex flow conditions
Machine learning based met data anomaly labelling