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Wind Farm Modelling Seminar 2010
Posted Sun January 03, 2010 @10:20PM
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Announcements IDAC will host Wind Farm Modelling 2010 on February 22nd, 2010 in Surrey, UK.

The seminar will focus on modelling of wind turbines and wind farms using computational fluid dynamics & finite element analysis.

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Whether you are a blade manufacturer or are looking to optimise a wind farm layout, our lectures aim to inform attendees of the technology available and the efforts required in assessing:
  • Aerodynamic performance modelling on single blade
  • Power curves and Torque investigations for complete turbines
  • Turbulence wake modelling and interference on a wind farm
  • Wind and natural relief effects on turbines
  • Fluid Structure Interaction on a single blade
  • Offshore wave interaction on turbine masts
  • Turbine spacing and location optimization
  • Impact analysis on turbine masts and blades, (such as bird strikes)
  • Harmonic response and vibrations
  • Electromagnetic analysis and optimisation
  • Fatigue

Book your place, email with your name & contact details or call us on +44 0844 212 5900.

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