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Publikācija: Problems in Assessment of Wind Energy Potential and Acoustic Noise Distribution when Designing Wind Power Plants

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Problems in Assessment of Wind Energy Potential and Acoustic Noise Distribution when Designing Wind Power Plants
Pētniecības nozare 2. Inženierzinātnes un tehnoloģijas
Pētniecības apakšnozare 2.7. Vides inženierija un enerģētika
Autori Valērijs Bezrukovs
Vladislavs Bezrukovs
Nikolajs Levins
Atslēgas vārdi acoustic noise level, measurement of wind speed, radioastronomy, wind energy, wind speed approximation at 150 m
Anotācija Interest in the use of renewable energy in Latvia is increasing every year. Government support and availability of large unpopulated areas on the coast makes the use of these lands for the placement of large wind power plants (WPP) attractive. The key factors that determine the choice of the location of WPP are reliable information about distribution of the resource of wind energy in this area and the influence of wind turbines on the environment. The paper presents the results of years-long observations on the density fluctuations of wind energy at heights of 10 to 60 m in the area in the Baltic Sea coast in Ventspils and Ainaži. The velocity observations since 2007 have been gathered by measurements complex of the LOGGER 9200 Symphonie type. The results are presented in the form of tables, bar charts and graphs. Extrapolation results of wind velocity and density mean values on heights up to 150 m for the two areas with different terrain types were shown. The distribution of acoustic noise in the vicinity of the WPP was studied and an assessment of its impact on the environment in accordance with the Latvian government requirements was conducted
Atsauce Bezrukovs, V., Bezrukovs, V., Levins, N. Problems in Assessment of Wind Energy Potential and Acoustic Noise Distribution when Designing Wind Power Plants. Environmental and Climate Technologies. Nr.6, 2011, 9.-16.lpp. ISSN 1691-5208.
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