Wind Energ. Sci., 2, 615-640, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/wes-2-615-2017
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Research articles
19 Dec 2017
Wind inflow observation from load harmonics
Marta Bertelè et al.
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The rotor of a wind turbine is used to determine some important parameters of the wind, including the direction of the wind vector relative to the rotor disk and horizontal and vertical shears. The method works by using measurements provided by existing onboard load sensors. The observed wind characteristics can be used to implement advanced features in smart wind turbine and wind farm controllers.
The rotor of a wind turbine is used to determine some important parameters of the wind,...
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