Graham Dudgeon, MathWorks
Modeling and simulation studies of a wind farm offer a means to mitigate technical and operational risk by enabling the engineering team to explore design trade-offs, assess control and management system operation, estimate achievable production with confidence, and perform fault studies in a safe and repeatable environment.
In this webinar, MathWorks engineers show how MATLAB and Simulink are used to model and simulate large-scale wind farms that contain hundreds of separate wind turbines. Simulink features such as block callbacks, model reference and parallel model reference build are used to provide a framework for efficient large-scale model development.
This webinar uses MathWorks Release R2012b.
Recorded: 5 Nov 2012
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