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Wind Energy Science
Abstract. A previously published wind sensing method is applied to an experimental dataset obtained from a 3.5 MW turbine. The method is based on a load-wind model that correlates once-per-revolution blade load harmonics to rotor-equivalent shears and wind directions. Loads measured during turbine operation are used to estimate online – through the load-wind model – the inflow at the rotor disk, thereby turning the whole turbine into a sort of generalized anemometer. The experimental datasetdoi:10.5194/wes-6-759-2021 fatcat:zz7ej53ixrefnooq7ktmeggdne