Project overview:

Computational Control Co-design Approach for Offshore Wind Farm Optimization

Awardee:

Stony Brook University

Started:

Q3, 2020

Technical Challenge Area:

Fixed Structure Engineering

Completed:

Q3, 2024

Synopsis:

This project will develop and validate a novel modeling tool integrating high-fidelity computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models with atmospheric and ocean physics models and turbine control schema.

Target Outcomes:

1
An open-source reduced order model (ROM) allowing practical analysis of the effects of real-life wind and wave conditions on turbines and arrays, with consideration of turbine control strategies such as yaw-based wake steering and individual or collective pitch control.

NOWRDC Project Manager

Julian Fraize
Program Manager

Project Principle Investigator

Khosronejad-Ali
Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Dept., The State University of New York at Stony Brook Co-Director, Atlantic Marine Energy Center, The US Dept. of Energy

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