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Application d'un code de CFD atmosphérique à l'estimation du productible éolien en terrain complexe

Abstract : This thesis is organized in two parts. The first part presents the use of the atmospheric CFD code Mercure Saturne to estimate the wind resource in complex terrain. A measurement campaign was led by EDF to obtain data for validation. A methodology was developed using meso-scale profiles as boundary conditions. Clustering of meteorological situations was used to reduce the number of simulations needed to calculate the wind resource. The validation of the code on the Askervein hill, the methodology and comparisons with measurements from the complex site are presented. The second part presents the modeling of wakes with the Mercure Saturne code. Forces, generated by the blades on the wind, are modeled by source terms, calculated by the BEM method. Two comparisons are proposed to validate the method : the first compares the numerical model with wind tunnel measurements from a small wind turbine, the second with measurements made on porous disks in an atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnel
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Laurent Laporte. Application d'un code de CFD atmosphérique à l'estimation du productible éolien en terrain complexe. Autre. Université Paris-Est, 2008. Français. ⟨NNT : 2008PEST0273⟩. ⟨tel-00489343⟩

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