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Wind Energy Science
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> When a wind turbine is yawed, the shape of the wake changes and a curled wake profile is generated. The curled wake has drawn a lot of interest because of its aerodynamic complexity and applicability to wind farm controls. The main mechanism for the creation of the curled wake has been identified in the literature as a collection of vortices that are shed from the rotor plane when the turbine is yawed. This work extends that idea by using aerodynamic concepts todoi:10.5194/wes-4-127-2019 fatcat:4s7lv2jecrhabjpnu6nmolmvq4