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Past Conferences

NAWEA hosts an annual conference and symposium that invites speakers from academia, industry, government, and research laboratories to discuss topics relevant to wind energy. Presentations and agendas are available for past events.

Agenda

Varying Roughness Lengths of Waves for Wind Energy Modeling Predictions, Andrew Buchok

Hydraulic Air Compressor Driven by a Suction Wind Turbine, Bruno Cossu

Offshore Wind Professional Graduate Certificate Program, Dwayne Breger, River Strong, James Manwell

Coupling of Induction and Wake Models for Rapid Estimates of Wind
Farm Blockage and Wind Farm Velocity Fields, Emmanuel Branlard, Jennifer King

A Standard Aeroelastic Definition of Wind Turbine Rotors, E. Gaertner, P. Bortolotti, M. McWilliam, F. Zahle, K. Dykes

Improving Resource Assessment for Distributed Wind, H. Tinnesand

The Power Curve Working Group's Assessment of Wind Turbine Power Performance Prediction Methods, Joseph C. Y. Lee, Peter Stuart, Andrew Clifton, M. Jason Fields, Jordan Perr-Sauer, Lindy Williams, Lee Cameron, Taylor Geer, Paul Housley

Multiline Ring Anchor System for Floating Offshore Wind Turbines, Junho Lee, Charles P. Aubeny

Active Grid in a Wind Tunnel Used for Wind Energy Research, Joachim Peinke, Lars Neuhaus, Lars Kröger, Frederik Berger, Martin Kühn, Michael Hölling

Review of Hybrid Wind and Wave Energy Systems, Kaylie McTiernan, Krish Thiagarajan Sharman

Numerical Design of a Wind Observer and Feedforward Control of Wind Turbines, F. Taruffi, A. Fontanella, S. Muggiasca, S. Di Carlo, M. Belloli

Investigations of Profiling Lidar Measurements in Complex Terrain Using High-Fidelity Numerical Modeling, Mithu Debnath, Eliot Quon, Patrick Moriarty

Surface Roughness Length for Offshore Wind Energy, Maryam Golbazi, Cristina L. Archer

Simulating the Response of a Small Horizontal-Axis Wind Turbine During Wind Gust, M. I. Rakib, S. P. Evans, P. D. Clausen

Geospatial Sensitivities of Offshore Wind Levelized Cost of Energy in the United States, Matt Shields, Philipp Beiter, William Kleiber

On the Controllability of a Floating Offshore Wind Turbine, Nikhar Abbas, Lucy Pao

Ducted Wind Turbines Optimization, Nojan Bagheri-Sadeghi, Brian Helenbrook, Kenneth Visser

Optimizing the Use of Lidar in Wind Farms: Minimizing the Life-Cycle Cost Impact of Yaw Error, Roozbeh Bakhshi, Peter Sandborn

Advances in Wind Power Forecasting and Power Loss Mitigation for Cold Climate Operation, Ryan Kilpatrick, Shannon Hildebrandt, Marilys Clément, Nigel Swytink-Binnema

Wind Tunnel Experimental Variability of Aerodynamic Loads for Wind Turbine Blades, Shaoning Li, Luca Caracoglia

Improving Lidar Performance on a Complex Terrain Using Computational Fluid Dynamics-Based Correction and Direct-Adjoint-Loop Optimization, S. Nabi et al.

Commercialization of a Diffuser Augmented Wind Turbine for Distributed Generation, S.P. Evans et al.

Application of the IEC 61400-3-1 Standard Design Load Cases to an Offshore Wind Turbine in the Massachusetts Wind Energy Area, Sam Roach, Matthew Lackner, James Manwell

Investigation on Wake by Various Turbulent Models in 2MW Rotor Turbine Using a 2-D and a 3-D Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling, Sang Shin Park, Keonhoon Kim, Pyungho Shin

Ammonia Production From a Non-Grid Connected Floating Offshore Windfarm: A System Level Techno-Economic Review, Vismay Parmar, James Manwell, Jon McGowan

Vortex Activities in Diffuser Augmented Wind Turbines, Wing K. Chan, Samuel Evans, Philip D. Clausen

2013 Symposium Agenda

2013 Symposium Brochure

Aeroelasticity in Dynamically Pitching Wind Turbine Airfoils, Andrew Magstadt et al.

A Transmission Planning Case Study for Wind Integration, Warren Lasher

Comparison of Wind Retrievals from a Scanning Lidar and a Vertically Profiling Lidar for Wind Energy Remote Sensing Applications, Paul T. Quelet, Julie K. Lundquist

Controlling Wind Turbines for Ancillary Services: An Analysis of Capabilities and Trade-Offs, Jacob Aho et al.

Overview of Results From Crop/Wind-Energy Experiments in Iowa, Eugene S. Takle

Design and Evaluation of a Wind Speed Estimator for Hub Height and Shear Components, Eric Simley

Effects of Varying Temporal and Spatial Scale Turbulent Inflow on Wind Turbine Performance, Raj Rai, Jonathan Naughton

Funding Innovation: How Companies Navigate From Idea to Mainstream, Bryan Boone

Illinois Commerce Commission v. FERC: Implications for Wind in Organized Energy Markets, Angela Cifor

Lidar Measurements of Wind and Turbulence for Wind-Energy Applications, Petra Klein et al.

Offshore Wind Energy in the United States, Fara Courtney

Opportunities for Synergistic Collaboration Among the Public, Academic and Private Sectors in the Application of Wind Prediction Technology To Lower Grid Integration Costs, John Zack, Michael Brower, Bruce Bailey

Parameterization of Wind Farms in Climate Models, Anna C. Fitch, Joseph B. Olson, Julie K. Lundquist

Role of Universities Working To Address Issues of Local Social Acceptance: The UMass Outreach Experience, J.F. Manwell

The Design Challenges of Large, Deep-Water, Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine Rotors, Josh Paquette

The Social Cost of Carbon and the Value of Wind, Thomas Jenkin, Easan Drury, Austin Brown

Tracking the Cost of Wind Energy, M. Maureen Hand

Transmission Planning at Western Electricity Coordinating Council, Keegan Moyer

Texas Tech University Educational Programs in Wind Energy, Andrew Swift

Understanding the Aerodynamics and Aeroacoustics of Wind Turbine Blades, Eric Paterson et al.

Variable Geometry Wind Turbine Technologies for Performance Enhancement, Improved Survivability, and Reduced Cost of Energy, Glen Whitehouse et al.

Vortex Wake Models With Application To Yawed Rotor, Emmanuel Branlard

Wind Plant Modeling for Bulk System Planning, Robert Zavadil

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