This article provides an overview and analysis of different wake‐modelling methods which may be used as prediction and design tools for both wind turbines and wind farms. We also survey the available data concerning the measurement of wind magnitudes in both single wakes and wind farms, and of loading effects on wind turbines under single‐ and multiple‐wake conditions. The relative merits of existing wake and wind farm models and their ability to reproduce experimental results are discussed. Conclusions are provided concerning the usefulness of the different modelling approaches examined, and difficult issues which have not yet been satisfactorily treated and which require further research are discussed. Copyright © 1999 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Wind Energy – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 1999
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