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Windtech International March April 2024 issue






Natural Power, RES and the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal have signed a research and development joint venture focused on developing the next generation VENTOS computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model for wind energy applications.

VENTOS is a family of computational tools for solving complex fluid equations which are used in combination with high-quality onsite measurements to predict wind conditions that will occur at each turbine location of a proposed wind farm. The R&D program will focus on key areas of immediate interest to the wind energy industry including; non-neutral atmospheric flows, turbine wakes and forestry. The program builds upon twenty years of research at FEUP and many years of collaboration with RES and Natural Power.
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