Modelling the effect of wind farming on mesoscale flow—Part 1: Flow model

A J Brand
2007 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
Third-order integrable difference equations generated by a pair of second-order equations Junta Matsukidaira and Daisuke Takahashi -This content was downloaded from IP address on 25/07 Abstract. This paper presents a new method for determining the interaction between a wind farm and the prevailing wind for wind energy siting studies. It is shown that neutral planetary boundary layer flow with wind farming essentially is steady and twodimensional; and that the convective forces,
more » ... onvective forces, the Coriolis forces and the vertical and spanwise gradients of the turbulent momentum fluxes all have the same order of magnitude. In addition it is shown that a numerical representation in the form of backward differences allows for an implicit solution of the two horizontal velocity components in vertical direction, iterating on the turbulent viscosity, in combination with a marching solution in the horizontal directions.
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/75/1/012043 fatcat:bu44o26etnbnresd6ilwztqvd4