The University of Strathclyde, one of FME NorthWind’s associated partners, is hosting the Wind Energy Science Conference 2023. This is the event’s 4th conference, following Copenhagen, Cork, and Hanover.
When: 23-26 May 2023
Venue: Technology & Innovation Centre at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
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NorthWind scientists will be participating. NorthWind’s work package 5 “Sustainable wind development”, in collaboration with EERA JP Wind SP8, is organising a mini-symposium titled “Environmental design and operation of wind turbines” with four presentations.
The accepted oral presentations from NorthWind researchers at WESC include:
- Approaches for assessing chemical and particulate emissions from offshore wind turbines to the marine environment – Andy Booth, SINTEF
- Preventing bird collisions with wind turbines by active control of rotor blades – Paula Garcia-Rosa, SINTEF
- Can electromagnetic fields generated by cables be an environmental risk driver for offshore wind? – Bjørn Henrik Hansen, SINTEF
- Efficient farm-wide synthetic turbulence modelling – Valentin Chabaud, SINTEF
- A quasi-steady framework for damage-aware wind farm power tracking – Spyridon Chapaloglou, SINTEF
- Considering electricity prices in wind farm flow control – Konstanze Kölle, SINTEF
- Towards open-access reference sites with key conditions for floating wind arrays – Konstanze Kölle, SINTEF
Check the event’s own website by clicking the button below for full programme information and registration details.