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The evolution of lidar technology now permits unprecedented mapping of the true three-dimensional atmospheric structures at multiple scales of relevance to the wind energy industry even within highly heterogeneous landscapes. On page 6 the authors describe some key research opportunities and challenges facing experimental investigations and present results from their recent field campaigns.

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Wind energy is becoming mainstream

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Flow Characterisation in Complex Terrain
By Rebecca J. Barthelmie and Sara C. Pryor, Cornell University, USA

Accuracy of Wind Farm Noise Predictions
By Luc Schillemans, Tractebel, Belgium

Magnetic Gearboxes for Wind Turbines
By Luis Cerezo, Technical Executive, EPRI, USA

Wind Assets Lifetime Extension
By Jose Javier Ripa, Business Development Manager, UL DEWI, Spain

Windtech Future

Offshore Wind Yet to See Meaningful Digital Services Deployment
By Philip Totaro, CEO of Totaro & Associates, USA

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Next-Generation Turbine Technology
By Shashi Barla, Technology Consultant at MAKE

 

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