Gulf Energy DevelopmentJune 2021 - August 2023
1. Filter the raw data obtained from sensors by effectively eliminating signal overshoot and tower distortion, ensuring that each sensor performs in accordance with the calibration certificate provided.
2. Conduct vertical extrapolation using data from multiple height sensors to accurately determine the free velocity at the specific height of the turbine.
3. Develop a long-term velocity profile utilizing appropriate algorithms, aiming to minimize uncertainty and enhance the accuracy of the predicted model.
4. Construct a wind resource grid and assess annual energy production potential, as well as evaluate environmental impacts such as noise and shadow flickering. This evaluation is essential for assessing the feasibility of wind farm development at the given location.
5. Optimize the wind farm design by considering various turbine models, taking into account factors such as price, manufacturing period, transportation logistics, and relevant experience. Additionally, optimize turbine positions while considering potential restrictions imposed by landowners or legal constraints, striving to find the most suitable configuration that balances energy production and compliance with constraints.