Wind turbine power curve provides technical specification of the wind turbine in the form of nominal wind power readings. This information may used to monitor the performance of the power system, estimate the power produced by the turbine, optimize the operational cost, and improve the reliability of the power system. However, this information is not sufficient to accomplish these tasks. To accomplish these tasks, the accurate modeling of the wind power curve is required. In this article, various curve fitting techniques, namely polynomial regression, locally weighted polynomial regression, spline regression, piecewise polynomial regression, and smoothing spline, have been applied to model the power curve of wind turbine. All these techniques have been used to model the power curve on National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) 2012 dataset with site-id 124693.
Wind Engineering – SAGE
Published: Jun 1, 2018
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