Wind Power Meteorology

Description:
PDWE 0003: This course is designed to educate students about wind power meteorology, including:
* Basic of Meteorology
* Atomospheric Science
* Turbulence
* Wind Resource/Characteristics

At the end of this course you will be able to understand:
* Wind Flow Models
* Atmospheric Scales
* Wind Energy Conversion Systems
* Wind Measurement Sensors
* Theoretical and Computational Methodologies
* Wind Resource Estimation
* Turbine Sitting
* Short-Term Wind Power Forecasting
 
Program: PDWE 0003-00
Instructor/Presenter: Dr. Arquimedes (Archie) Ruiz Columbie' is currently an instructor of the University College at Texas Tech University. Dr. Ruiz has a background of more than 30 years as a research scientist in Cloud Physics and Weather Modification for the Cuban National Academy of Sciences, and also as an adjunct professor in three Cuban universities. Dr. Ruiz also has 10 years of experience as a professional meteorologist mainly for the Texas Weather Modification Association. Dr. Ruiz received his Ph.D. in 2008 from Texas Tech University in Geosciences.
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Units: 1.0 CEU
Notes:

Click here to go to Texas Wind Energy Institute website
Registration Fees:
       Registration $695.00


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