Meteodyn will attend the US Wind Power conference and exhibition!

Once again this year, Meteodyn will exhibit and give software demonstrations during the most important wind energy event in North America. You are warmly welcome to discuss, share experience and ask questions to our experts.

Meteodyn will also present 2 posters validated by the AWEA authority:• Evaluation of CFD wind flow computations at Andhra Lake wind farm (India) • Optimal combination of CFD Modeling and Statistical Learning for Short‐Term Wind Power Forecasting

Meteodyn develops numerical wind modeling software and studies wind park projects’ feasibility. Wind resource assessment in every kind of terrains, extreme wind analysis, wind turbine location study to optimize energy production: you need to know all these parameters to develop a profitable wind energy project. The techniques used by Meteodyn, based on the Fluids Mechanics equations, are the most performing and reliable ones to give you this precious information.Meteodyn does not only work on the preliminary study. Meteodyn develops also wind production forecasting solutions to optimize wind farm production taking care of wind machine lifespan.

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