Editorial for the special issue "remote sensing of atmospheric conditions forwind energy applications"

Charlotte Bay Hasager*, Mikael Sjöholm

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    Abstract

    This Special Issue hosts papers on aspects of remote sensing for atmospheric conditions for wind energy applications. The wind lidar technology is presented from a theoretical view on the coherent focused Doppler lidar principles. Furthermore, wind lidar for applied use for wind turbine control, wind farm wake, and gust characterizations are presented, as well as methods to reduce uncertainty when using lidar in complex terrain. Wind lidar observations are used to validate numerical model results. Wind Doppler lidar mounted on aircraft used for observing winds in hurricane conditions and Doppler radar on the ground used for very short-term wind forecasting are presented. For the offshore environment, floating lidar data processing is presented as well as an experiment with wind-profiling lidar on a ferry for model validation. Assessments of wind resources in the coastal zone using wind-profiling lidar and global wind maps using satellite data are presented.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number781
    JournalRemote Sensing
    Volume11
    Issue number7
    Number of pages7
    ISSN2072-4292
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2019

    Keywords

    • Aerosol
    • Complex terrain
    • Control
    • Doppler wind lidar
    • Offshore
    • Wake
    • Wind energy
    • Wind farm
    • Wind turbine

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