Wind measurements

Wind measurements

1. Site selection for wind energy potential analysis
In order for the investor to make a decision on the construction of a wind farm or a single wind turbine based on the electricity output from the potential wind turbine, it is necessary to determine the future location of the wind power plant. The site selection depends on a number of factors:
  • location of the site above sea level;
  • presence in the immediate vicinity of:
    • high-rise objects;
    • forest areas;
    • power lines;
    • access roads, etc.
The effectiveness of the entire potential project depends on the correct approach to the site selection for the wind turbine placement.
Equipment delivery/rental
2. Equipment delivery/rental
On-site work involves the deployment of a wind measuring complex, which can be either owned by the customer or leased to him for the duration of wind measurements. Our specialists, together with a European certified company, will select and offer the best option for equipment and its terms of use.
3. Installation/dismantling of wind measuring equipment
The result of all work on the wind energy potential measurement directly depends on the quality of the wind measuring complex installation. Both the assembly itself, the mounting of the sensors, the lifting of the wind mast (in case of using weather towers), and the verification, calibration of various sensors, the certification of the measuring complex itself for compliance with international standards are taken into account. In the process of dismantling, an important point is not only the safety of the sensors, but, first, their immaculate state, because all measuring instruments are to be re-sent for verification to certified laboratories. The aim is to confirm the correctness of the wind measurements results.
4. Assessment of the wind energy potential

As soon as the wind measurements are finished, the data array obtained is to be sent for processing to specialized hardware and software systems in order to generate a report with the actual data on:

Wind speed (recorded by anemometer)
Prevailing wind direction (recorded by wind vane)
Air temperature (recorded by thermometer)
Humidity (recorded by hygrometer)
Atmospheric pressure (recorded by barometer)

and making recommendations on the most suitable models of wind turbines.

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