The Science of Making Torque from Wind

AIRE’s partners CENER and DTU actively participated in the prestigious TORQUE 2024, an official event by the European Academy of Wind Energy (EAWE). This year, TORQUE was held in the beautiful city of Florence, hosted by the University of Florence from May 29th to 31st. The event gathered experts from around the world for a unique opportunity to discuss the latest developments in wind energy science, covering topics from aerodynamics, aeroelasticity, and aeroacoustics to wind resource assessment, wakes, and wind farms, including offshore wind, measurement, and testing among others. It provided a platform for engaging discussions and practical approaches aimed at advancing wind energy science.

With over 700 participants, including professionals, researchers, and industry leaders, this three-day symposium served as a central hub for driving advancements in wind energy science. CENER and DTU, partners from the AIRE Project, actively contributed to the event by presenting two posters and leading two presentation sessions, sharing their latest research findings and advancements in various topics. These contributions highlighted our commitment to driving progress in wind energy technology and shaping the future of sustainable energy solutions.

Discover below the compelling sessions we presented:

Presentations

1. Beatriz Méndez, Ernesto Saenz, Oscar Pires, Elena Cantero (CENER), Joan Bech, Francesc Polls, Eric Peinó, Mireia Udina (UB) and Albert Garcia-Benadí (UPC) – Experimental campaign for the characterization of precipitation in a complex terrain site using high resolution observations

2. Ásta Hannesdóttir, Ebba Dellwik, Charlotte Bay Hasager (DTU) – Prediction of rain erosion damage progression using disdrometer rain data: The importance of liquid water content

Posters

1. Krystallia Dimitriadou (DTU), Charlotte Bay Hasager (DTU), Elena Cantero Nouqoueret (CENER), and Ásta Hannesdóttir (DTU) – Quality assessment of the GPM IMERG product for lifetime prediction of turbine blades in complex terrain

2. David Bretos, Guillén Campaña-Alonso, Beatriz Méndez-López and Elena Cantero-Nouqueret (CENER) – CFD wind farm evaluation in complex terrain under free and wake induced flow conditions available with short video for poster presentation .

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Author: Laia Mencia
Editor: Lucia Salinas
May, 2024