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Windtech International May June 2024 issue






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Numerous wind energy yield assessments are based on measurements carried out with a met mast located at a lower height than the hub of the planned wind turbine. A permanent challenge for industrial wind assessment is to select the most efficient way of assessing the long-term hub height wind specifications, though keeping the uncertainties at minimum. Olivier Coupiac's article on page 6 deals with the issue of vertical extrapolation of measured wind characteristics. Click here read the full article.

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Growth in Europe and Around the World


Vertical Extrapolation Methods
By Olivier Coupiac, Maïa Eolis, France

Ranking of Wind Turbine Failures
By Mark Spring, Senior Wind Loading Specialist, Lloyd’s Register, UK

Measuring Wind Farm Noise Today
By Matthew Cand, Executive Acoustic Engineer, Hoare Lea Acoustics, UK

Low Cost, Low Risk Offshore Wind
By Matt Bleasdale, Director, OWLC, UK


Windtech Future

Power plant control
By Philip Totaro, CEO of IntelStor, USA

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Onshore Wind Returns Three Times More Usable Energy than Investment in Oil
By Paul Gipe, USA


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