Effects of air psychrometrics on the exergetic efficiency of a wind farm at a coastal mountainous site – An experimental study
Publication: Research - peer-review › Conference article – Annual report year: 2011
In this paper, the most important energy and exergy characteristics of wind energy were examined. Atmospheric variables as air temperature, humidity and pressure and their effects on the wind turbine output were investigated toward wind energy exploitation. It was shown that these usually disregarded meteorological parameters while planning new WFs (Wind Farms), in fact, do play an important role in the farm’s overall exergetic efficiency. The wind potential around a coastal mountainous area was studied based on field measurements. Understanding atmospheric parameters variation appears to be of great importance for estimating energy yield in rough terrain and in this paper special focus was given to that.
|State||Published - 2012|
|Event||7th Biennial International Workshop: Advances in Energy Studies 2010 - Barcelona, Spain|
|Conference||7th Biennial International Workshop: Advances in Energy Studies 2010|
|Period||19/10/2010 → 21/10/2010|
|Citations||Web of Science® Times Cited: 10|
- Intelligent energy systems, Exergetic efficiency, Atmospheric variables, Coastal mountainous areas, Wind
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