Gazing at clouds to understand turbulence on wind turbine airfoils

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Abstract

There are many ways to learn from data. Our first experiment consisted in reproducing the way aerodynamicists work [2] with a genetic optimizer. The data pool was too narrow and asymptotic tendencies were unreliable. Our 2nd Experiment, a simple version of [4], had a virtually unlimited data pool and used neural networks. Results were better, but computationally expensive. Data assimilation approaches used in EO [ 7] could yield better results..
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event8th ESA EO Summer School - Frascati, Rome, Italy
Duration: 1 Aug 201612 Aug 2016
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Conference8th ESA EO Summer School
CountryItaly
CityRome
Period1/08/1612/08/16
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    de Oliveira Andrade, G., Balbino Dos Santos Pereira, R., Timmer, N., Ragni, D., Lau, F., & van Bussel, G. (2016). Gazing at clouds to understand turbulence on wind turbine airfoils. Poster session presented at 8th ESA EO Summer School , Rome, Italy.