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Title: The international conference on wind energy harvesting
Authors: Baniotopoulos, Charalampos
Rebelo, C.
Simões da Silva, L.
Borri, Claudio
Blocken, Bert
Hemida, Hassan
Veljkovic, Milan
Morbiato, Tommaso
Borg, Ruben Paul
Huber, Stefanie E.
Efthymiou, Evangelos
Keywords: Wind turbines
Wind power plants -- Design and construction
Wind power
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Associacao Portuguesa de Construcai Metalica e Mista
Citation: Baniotopoulos, C. C., Borri, C., Hemida, H., Veljkovic, M., Morbiato, T., Borg, R. P., Huber, S., & Efthymiou, E. (2017). The international conference on wind energy harvesting. Portugal: Associacao Portuguesa de Construcai Metalica e Mista.
Abstract: Welcome to the International Conference on Wind Energy Harvesting – WINERCOST’17! The Conference is organized in the scope of the TUD COST Action TU1304 Wind energy technology reconsideration to enhance the concept of smart cities (WINERCOST) and intends to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of different aspects of wind energy and wind energy technologies. Following the aims of the COST action, the Conference addresses the research in the context not only of large onshore and offshore wind farms but also of urban and suburban built environment applications, which can have a decisive contribution to enhance the concept of Smart Future Cities. The participation of young researchers in this Conference has been encouraged and pursued by giving the opportunity to the early stage researchers of the Marie-Curie Innovative Training Network AEOLUS4FUTURE to present their projects and the already available results in two special sessions during the conference. This project provides the funding for hiring the fifteen early stage researchers working in the ten different European universities, research institutes and companies, which are the project partners. WINERCOST’17 addresses a wide variety of topics included in five themes: (i) Wind Characteristics and Loads; (ii) Structures, Materials and Dynamics; (iii) Grid Integration, Operations and Control; (iv) Markets, Strategies, Policies and (v) Socio-economics Smart Cities and Environmental Aspects. The scientific committee has chosen a total number of about seventy extended abstracts for oral presentation during the two days that last the conference. These papers address topics included in the above-mentioned themes with special incidence in the first two of them. The Conference has been organized in seven plenary sessions and ten parallel sessions. Internationally recognized experts will give four keynote lectures addressing the general themes of the Conference. The organizers wish all the participants a fruitful work and a pleasant stay in the University of Coimbra, one of the oldest European universities.
ISSN: 9789899922648
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