RAM
 

Resource Assessment and Meteorology

 

Vores ambition er at gøre en forskel i forskning af meteorologisk modellering af atmosfæriske forhold over land og hav, og derved udarbejde forståelse, metoder og data, der er relevante for vindmøller, vindmølleparker og energisystemet.

 

Vores forskning fokuserer på forståelse af meteorologiske fænomener, der påvirker vindenergi, fra vindmøllens placering til systemniveau, over terræn og hav. Multi-skala modellering er den primære tilgang, valideret i forhold til målinger. Metoder formidles til interessenter via software, datasæt, tjenester og publikationer. 

 

Sektionsleder

Jake Badger
Sektionsleder
DTU Vindenergi
46 77 50 94

Disciplines

  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Applied statistics
  • Dynamic meteorology
  • Dynamic oceanography
  • Boundary-layer meteorology
  • Uncertainty quantification
  • Climate change and land surface processes
  • Air-sea interaction
  • Computational methods
  • Scientific programming
  • Collaborative programming

Competences

  • Atmospheric flow modelling offshore and over terrain
  • Mesoscale and microscale meteorological modelling and analysis
  • Turbulence analysis, characterization and modelling
  • Site extreme wind and turbulence analysis and modelling
  • Software development for model workflows
  • Evaluation, validation of Site-specific Wind Conditions (including measurements)

Research area & applications

  • Development of multi-scale modelling chain
  • Spatial mapping for wind climate estimation and turbine design parameters
  • Air-sea interaction and wind-wave coupled modelling
  • Interactions of wind, wave, wind farm
  • Uncertainty assessment
  • Effects of climate change on wind energy resources
  • Variability and extremes.