The Open Atmospheric
Spatial Complex Model for Wind Farm Site Assessment
Kornel Rozsavolgyi Pp 204-211
Our research is on the spatial allocation of possible wind energy
usage. We would like to carry this out with a newly developed model
(CMPAM = Complex Multifactoral Polygenetic Adaptive Model), which
basically is a climateoriented system, but other kind of factors
are also considered. With this model those areas and terrains can
be located where construction of wind farms would be reasonable.
The wind field modeling core of CMPAM is mainly based on sequential
Gaussian simulation (sGs) otherwise known as geostatistics. But
concepts from atmospheric physics and Geographical Information Systems
(GIS) are used as well. For application for Hungary WAsP generated
10 m wind speed data was used as input data. The geocorrection (geometric
correction) of this data was performed by us. Using optimized variography
and sGs, our results were applied for Hungary in different heights.
Simulation results for different heights are summarized furthermore,
an exponential regressive function describing the vertical wind
profile was also established. From the complex analyses of CMPAM,
results derived to the 100 m height are also included and explained
in a map in this paper. This produces a basis for certain several
possible sites for the utilization of wind energy, under given conditions.