Just south of Boulder, Colorado, the National Wind Technology Center is nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountain foothills. The 305-acre site experiences diverse and vigorous wind patterns—more than 100 miles per hour—making it an ideal setting for evaluating the reliability and performance of wind turbines.
- Distributed Wind Resource Assessment: State of the Industry
- Deployment of Wind Turbines in the Built Environment: Risks, Lessons, and Recommended Practices
- Lidar-Enhanced Wind Turbine Control: Past, Present, and Future
- Development of a 5 MW reference gearbox for offshore wind turbines
- Wind plant system engineering through optimization of layout and yaw control