Wind farm density and harvested power in very large wind farms: a low-order model

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Publication Type Poster
School or College Engineering
Department Mechanical Engineering
Research Institute Global Change & Sustainability Center; Laboratory of Wind, Energy & Turbulence
Creator Cortina, Gerard; Calaf, Marc
Title Wind farm density and harvested power in very large wind farms: a low-order model
Date 2017
Description This project aims to develop a simplistic numerical model to determine the number of wind turbines that should be placed given a land extension, in order to maximize the power output as a function of different atmospheric stabilities
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Publisher University of Utah
Subject Renewable energy sources--United States; Wind power--Research--United States; Wind turbines--Aerodynamics; Wind turbines--Mathematical models
Language eng
Rights Management © Gerard Cortina and Marc Calaf
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Format Medium application/pdf
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Date Created 2017-05-01
Date Modified 2019-04-17
ID 1248296
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6rr5n7t
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