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14:15
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JOINT SCALING ANALYSIS OF ATMOSPHERIC VELOCITY AND WIND POWER PLANT PRODUCTION
Olmo DURAN MEDINA, Fran├žois G. SCHMITT, Rudy CALIF
Session: Atmospheric turbulence 4
Session starts: Wednesday 26 August, 13:30
Presentation starts: 14:15
Room: Room C


Olmo DURAN MEDINA ( Laboratory of Oceanology and Gesciences)
Fran├žois G. SCHMITT (Laboratory of Oceanology and Gesciences)
Rudy CALIF (Laboratory LARGE)


Abstract:
In a context of energy transition, wind energy is a source of clean energy with the potential of partially satisfying the growing demand. The main problem of this type of energy, and other types of renewable energy remains the discontinuity of the electric power produced in different scales, inducing large fluctuations also called intermittency. This intermittency of wind energy is inherent to the turbulent nature of wind. Here, we consider the relation between velocity and power output with two wind turbine databases. We focus on joint relations with Fourrier analysis, empirical mode decomposition (EMD), Time-dependent intrinsic correlation (TDIC). We also consider the causality using a new method of analysis of the causality between two time series.