Posters - WindEurope Annual Event 2024

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PO192: A novel numerical hub-lidar for wind flow estimation

Esperanza Soto Sagredo, PhD Student, DTU


This abstract introduces a novel numerical hub-mounted lidar sensor developed within the CONTINUE project and implemented in HAWC2. The sensor is designed as a single-beam pulsed lidar, with the capability to simulate multi-beam lidar configurations by selecting multiple beams. This sensor will be publicly accessible upon the release of HAWC2 v13.1. The practicality of this sensor is demonstrated through wind flow estimation using a Mann turbulence box as the wind input, with a wind speed of U = 11.4 [m/s]. Three different lidar configurations are analyzed to compare their results. The initial findings highlight the effectiveness of hub-mounted lidar in capturing the longitudinal wind speed coming towards the turbine. This pulsed hub-lidar technology holds significant promise for wind flow estimation applications, particularly for Lidar-assisted control (LAC).

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