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Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schellong

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schellong

Informations-, Medien- und Elektrotechnik
Institut für Automatisierungstechnik (IA)

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Forschungsprojekt Safe Integrated Wind Systems (SIWS)

Design of wind farm models regarding the topography of demand, wind resources, risks, and environmental aspects; investigation of suitable design methods for wind farms regarding the geographical, climatic, economical, and energetic boundary conditions in Cuba; PhD work of Omar Herrera Sanchez

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Forschungsprojekt Safe Integrated Wind Systems (SIWS) 
Leitung Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schellong 
Fakultät Informations-, Medien und Elektrotechnik 
Institut Institut für Automatisierungstechnik 
Beteiligte Omar Herrera Sanchez (Technical University Havana, Cuba), Markus Weimbs (FH Köln) 
Projektpartner Technical University Havana, Cuba (CUJAE), Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) 
Fördermittelgeber Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) 
Laufzeit 2008 bis 2011 

The project includes the followings aspects: design of wind farm models regarding the topography of demand, wind resources, risks, and environmental aspects; investigation of suitable design methods for wind farms regarding the geographical, climatic, economical, and energetic boundary conditions in Cuba

The main function of the model (SIWS) is the layout optimization of the wind farm. This task is achieved by using the Net Positive Value (NPV) in the wind farm as the objective function. This value includes all useful life of the wind farm.

Dynamic wind velocity simulation for wind farm planningDynamic wind velocity simulation for wind farm planning (Bild: W. Schellong, FH Köln)

SWIS is a mathematical model with inputs and outputs of information. All the information belongs to some sub-models integrated to the optimization model. The inputs sub-models are the following:

• Wind Turbine Data base
• Wind resource and power production
• Extreme Loads
• Energy demand
• Economic Analysis
• Environmental Analysis.

All this information is processed by SWIS and the layout optimization is made. The final responses of this optimization process are the following:

• Distribution in the field of the wind turbines (coordinates in the map).
• Wind turbine class.
• Fail possibility
• NPV

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