Application of signal separation techniques on wind turbine clutter mitigation

Faruk Uysal

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractScientific

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2016
EventSpecialist Meeting about Electromagnetic Waves and Wind Turbines 2016 - Fraunhofer FHR, Wachtberg, Germany
Duration: 6 Dec 20166 Dec 2016


WorkshopSpecialist Meeting about Electromagnetic Waves and Wind Turbines 2016
OtherSince the exit from nuclear and fossil fuel energy, the construction of power plants based on renewable energy is pushed forward worldwide. Energy production by wind energy plants is one of the favorites. Thus, wind energy farms can be found in all western countries. With the increase of the number of wind energy plants influences on the propagation of electromagnetic waves were observed. The loss of radar tracks, wrong positioning based on electromagnetic beacons and prediction errors by weather radars are effects which are often noted. Based on these experiences the research of the effects of wind turbines on electromagnetic wave propagation was intensified. An increasing number of publications and contributions in scientific journals and on conferences prove the growing interest in the topic. On the other hand electromagnetic waves are used during the operation and offer solutions to run wind energy turbines also under difficult conditions. Material inspection of rotor blades, bird protection and the control of navigation lights is often only possible by the use of radar.

To bring together the increasing number of experts and researchers in the field of electromagnetic waves within the context of wind energy plants and to offer a platform to discuss arising and existing problems, the focus days EMWT’16 provide a fitting platform. In contrast to other conferences EMWT’16 will cover the whole field of electromagnetic waves and wind energy in one specialist meeting.
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