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Brady, Oisin; and Adams, Jim
Assessing the impacts of siting in heavily wooded areas
Because of the way trees interact with the wind, forestry presents many unique technical challenges that are not adequately addressed by conventional approaches to wind farm site design. Poorly sited turbines can underperform by as much as 50%, according to internal research. … The effects of trees on the lower atmospheric boundary layer can be summarized as follows: Trees take the momentum out of the wind, introduce turbulence, and cause flow displacement. Starting with momentum, the swaying of the trees and . . . Complete article »

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