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In this article the aero-elastic loads on a 10 MW turbine in response to unconventional wind conditions selected from a year long Large Eddy Simulation on a site at the North Sea are evaluated. Thereto an assessment is made of the practical importance of these wind conditions within an aero-elastic context based on high fidelity wind modelling. Moreover the accuracy of BEM based methods for modelling such wind conditions is assessed.
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https://doi.org/10.5194/wes-2020-1
https://doi.org/10.5194/wes-2020-1

  13 Feb 2020

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Aero-elastic loads on a 10 MW turbine exposed to extreme events selected from a year-long Large-Eddy Simulation over the North Sea

Gerard Schepers1, Pim van Dorp2, Remco Verzijlbergh2, Peter Baas2, and Harmen Jonker2 Gerard Schepers et al.
  • 1ECN Part of TNO, Wind Energy, Petten, 1755LE, The Netherlands
  • 2Whiffle, Delft, 2629JD, the Netherlands

Abstract. In this article the aero-elastic loads on a 10 MW turbine in response to unconventional wind conditions selected from a year long Large Eddy Simulation on a site at the North Sea are evaluated. Thereto an assessment is made of the practical importance of these wind conditions within an aero-elastic context based on high fidelity wind modelling. Moreover the accuracy of BEM based methods for modelling such wind conditions is assessed. The study is carried out in a joint effort by the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands ECN part of TNO and the Dutch meteorological consultancy company Whiffle.

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In this article the aero-elastic loads on a 10 MW turbine in response to unconventional wind conditions selected from a year long Large Eddy Simulation on a site at the North Sea are evaluated. Thereto an assessment is made of the practical importance of these wind conditions within an aero-elastic context based on high fidelity wind modelling. Moreover the accuracy of BEM based methods for modelling such wind conditions is assessed.
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