A review on wind turbine deterministic power curve models
UNIVERSAL IDENTIFIER: http://hdl.handle.net/11093/1816
EDITED VERSION: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/10/12/4186
DOCUMENT TYPE: article
Over the last decades, wind energy has been arising as one of the most promising sources for the future of energy supply, and this trend should be reinforced in the future due to the foreseeable environmental and climatological catastrophe. Therefore, all technologies and issues regarding its development are relevant. Among them, research on wind turbine power curve modeling is of importance for stakeholders and researchers because it allows them to easily obtain information about the amount of power and energy that can be captured from the primary resource, i.e., the wind. The task can be simplified by means of the use of wind turbine power curve models, and many researchers have been presenting their contributions on the topic in parallel with such a development. In this paper, a review on the formulation of wind turbine deterministic power curve models is presented.
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