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Ronald Schauenburg [09-2006]:

Spatial dynamic modelling. Wind energy flow and turbulence visualization forwindfarm optimization.

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A tool for the visualization and analysis of windfields is developed with the intention of identifying and evaluating most suited sites for wind turbines in complex terrain. The topic is introduced by an overview to wind energy and the role of GIS towards a management decision support system in the full lifecycle of a windfarm project. With spatial and atmospherical information interrelated closely, atmospherical science information systems, their models and GIS should be integrated, though by structure and history differences are great. Apart of standardization in data models, the OGC "Sensor Web Enablement Initiative" may be a thriving factor towards integration. Crucial is GIS-development towards handling 3-dimensional multitemporal data and corresponding analysis functionality. Meteorological models generally known by their application for climate and weather prediction, are lately more frequent applied to wind energy with a round robin in progress to evaluate experiences gained. The mesoscale model METRAS PC is used to model 3D windfields for a fictitious wind farm at the fjordtype site of Squamish, north of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, by respect of thermic wind effects. A landuse classification by Landsat 7 satellite images and a digital surface model are exposed to considerable downscaling towards the resolution of the model. Analysis of the large scale "NCEP-DOE Reanalysis 2" data from 2000-2005 provides the geostrophic wind model-drive exercised by a set-up of multiple simulation experiments. Analysis of ground weather stations data provides for reference to and validation of the modelled windfields. The modelled windfield of a typical west-wind situation is 2- and 3-dimensionally visualized in GIS. Also the annual prospect for wind distribution potential is aggregated for by the individual simulation experiment’s results.


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