Remote Sensing for Wind Energy

Alfredo Peña, Charlotte Bay Hasager, Merete Badger, Rebecca Jane Barthelmie, Ferhat Bingöl, Jean-Pierre Cariou, Stefan Emeis, Sten Tronæs Frandsen, Michael Harris, Ioanna Karagali, Søren Ejling Larsen, Jakob Mann, Torben Mikkelsen, Mark Pitter, Sara Pryor, Ameya Sathe, David Schlipf, Chris Slinger, Rozenn Wagner

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    The Remote Sensing in Wind Energy report provides a description of several topics and it is our hope that students and others interested will learn from it. The idea behind it began in year 2008 at DTU Wind Energy (formerly Risø) during the first PhD Summer School: Remote Sensing in Wind Energy. Thus it is closely linked to the PhD Summer Schools where state-of-the-art is presented during the lecture sessions. The advantage of the report is to supplement with in-depth, article style information. Thus we strive to provide link from the lectures, field demonstrations, and hands-on exercises to theory. The report will allow alumni to trace back details after the course and benefit from the collection of information. This is the fourth edition of the report and we warmly acknowledge all the contributing authors for their work in the writing of the chapters, and we also acknowledge all our colleagues in the Meteorology and Test and Measurements Sections from DTU Wind Energy in the PhD Summer Schools. We hope to continue adding more topics in future editions and to update and improve as necessary, to provide a truly state-of-the-art ‘guideline’ available for people involved in Remote Sensing in Wind Energy.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherDTU Wind Energy
    Number of pages260
    ISBN (Electronic)978-87-93278-34-9
    Publication statusPublished - 2015
    SeriesDTU Wind Energy E


    • DTU-Wind-Energy-Report-E-0084
    • DTU-Wind-Energy-Report-E-0084(EN)
    • DTU Wind Energy- E-Report-0084(EN)
    • DTU-Wind-Energy- E-Report-0084(EN)


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