General Meeting 2019 December

2019 General Meeting

December 11-12, 2019

Venue: DTU Risoe, Roskilde, Denmark

Introduction

The General Meeting provides a forum to build up a community, report from previous workshops, and organize new ones.

The 2019 General Meeting is focused on technology transfer; we want to bring people with ideas or solutions together with those who have needs, get out of your way, and see what you can do.

And, we'd like to know how the Task can help you. Maybe you want to use the Task to set up a working group to put together some code, or write a recommended practice, or even a white paper to get people thinking? Maybe you have completely different ideas about how to leverage the international community of Task 32. Let us know!

Registration

Please register via eventbrite.

Venue

This meeting will be held at DTU Risoe Campus, near Roskilde, Denmark.

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Programme

We know that you are all interested in lots of things and really would like to talk to everyone at the meeting, but you have limited time and your employer would prefer you to focus on something that helps them... So, we're going to try to help. We're asking for short presentations on your needs, new ideas, and new solutions, and we're going to give you time to collaborate at the meeting

This means we need your help. Please be ready to suggest things that you think the Task 32 community should be thinking about. This means your new ideas, or your unmet needs, or whatever. You can also bring posters if you'd like to share your ideas that way.

N.B. The agenda is still in preparation. We welcome your feedback on the agenda and your offer of presentations, posters, and other ideas.

Wednesday December 11

09:00

Registration and poster session

10:30

Greeting and round-the-room introductions

11:00

What's new from Task 32

  1. Introduction to Task 32 and General Meeting (Andy Clifton)
  2. Recent results from Task 32
    1. Workshop 15 (Eric Simley)
    2. The Task 32 Roadmap
    3. Take over Task 32!
  3. Upcoming events and exercises (Andy)

11:45

EU-funded Research Networks

What the EU-funded ITN "LIKE" means for the wind lidar community (Jakob Mann, DTU)

12:00

Lunch

13:00

What's new in the world of Lidar?

Short presentations from you about new ideas, new technologies, and new solutions in the world of wind lidar.

  1. The need for a calibration procedure including an uncertainty budget for nacelle mounted lidars (4-beam & scanning lidars). Dominque Held, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
  2. DTU spinner lidar for control. Torben Mikkelsen, DTU Wind Energy
  3. Using lidar for rain measurements for wind turbine blade leading edge erosion (rain-erosion.dk). Charlotte Bay Hasager, DTU Wind Energy
  4. Yet another dual-Doppler uncertainty model (YADDUM). Nikola Vasiljevic, DTU Wind Energy

Please suggest things that you want to discuss or make a presentation about, in the registration process.

13:45

Lidar and Dynamic Energy Yield Assessment (Peter Clive)

Using the idea of lidar-enabled full-lifecycle integrated digital workflow with unified data requirements together with the dynamic risk assessment model familiar from health and safety, to turn an energy yield into a living document.

14:00

The vendors' perspectives

14:15

Coffee

14:30

Nacelle Lidar for power performance measurements in complex terrain (Rozenn Wagner)

Introducing the Task 32 Comparative exercise on nacelle lidar for power performance measurements in complex terrain

14:50

The DNV-GL JIP for LIDAR-measured Turbulence Intensity (Nikolai Hille, DNV-GL)

Introducing the DNV-GL JIP.

15:10

Wind Lidar in Complex Terrain (Alexander Stoekl)

Introducing the Task 32 comparative exercise.

15:30

Wind Lidar in Cold Climates (Nicolas Jolin)

Introducing the joint Task 32 and Task 19 Working group for Wind Lidar in Cold Climates.

15:45

Coffee

16:00

Speed Dating

Get to know the community!

17:00

End

19:00

Dinner (no host, location to be confirmed)

Thursday December 12

09:00

Arrival with coffee

09:00

Get stuff done!

60 minutes to make progress on the ideas that were proposed in Day 1. You could set out your plans for the next step(s), get started on some work, or do whatever helps. The important thing is that you feel like you've used your time here productively.

10:00

Break

10:15

World Cafe

Discussions over themes and topics identified during the meeting. Decide on next steps, plan an event, or do whatever you think makes sense.

12:00

Reporting

Sharing what you have achieved or planned in the World Cafe session

13:00

Lunch

Afternoon

Site tour: programme to be confirmed

16:00

Close

Registration

Please register via eventbrite.

Meeting Documents

Public documents

Password Protected Documents

The minutes, presentations, and other documents from this meeting are only available to logged-in members of IEA Wind Task 32.