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Authors: Haizmann, Florian
Schlipf, David
Cheng, Po Wen
Title: Correlation-model of rotor-effective wind shears and wind speed for lidar-based individual pitch control
Issue Date: 2015 Konferenzbeitrag Proceedings of the Twelfth (2015) German Wind Energy Conference DEWEK, Bremen, Germany, May 19-20, 2015
Abstract: In this work the spectra based model of the correlation between lidar systems and wind turbines is extended from rotor-effective wind speed only, to rotor-effective wind speed and linear horizontal and vertical shear components. This is achieved by the incorporation of a model based wind field reconstruction method solving a set of linear equations with the least-squares method. The model allows to optimize a lidar system’s measurement configuration for a specific wind turbine a-priori by means of direct and fast spectra calculations. Furthermore, it allows to assess the filter parameters to be expected and needed for the application of lidar-assisted control. By extending the model to rotor-effective linear shears, the results can be used for lidar-assisted individual pitch control.
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