Lidar-based closed-loop wake redirection in high-fidelity simulation

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Authors Steffen Raach, Sjoerd Boersma, Bart Doekemeijer, Jan-Willem van Wingerden, Po Wen Cheng
Journal/Conference Name Journal of Physics: Conference Series
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Paper Abstract This work presents the next step in realizing lidar-based closed-loop wake redirection control. Lidar-based closed-loop wake redirection aims at repositioning the wake at a desired position by yawing the wind turbine. The actual wake deflection is derived from lidar measurements and used in a closed-loop control scheme. Compared to an open-loop setting in which temporal changes are not taken into account, lidar-based closed-loop wake redirection can react on temporal disturbances. This yields a more robust control solution due to the employed closed-loop control framework. In this work, for the first time, the concept is implemented in an LES environment namely the PArallelized Large-eddy simulation Model (PALM) code. In PALM lidar measurements are simulated using a lidar model which are processed to estimate the wake position. A controller is synthesized by the usage of a the reduced order wind farm model WindFarmSimulator (WFSim). High-fidelity simulation results illustrate the controller's ability to adapt to a temporal changing crosswind disturbance in a turbulent simulation scenario. Consequently, it increases the power output of the two-turbine scenario compared to the open-loop approach.
Date of publication 2018
Code Programming Language Fortran
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