Offshore wind farm locations in Korea (source: Korea Energy Industry Association).

Offshore wind farm locations in Korea (source: Korea Energy Industry Association).

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In this study, a metamodel of an optimal arrangement of wind turbines was developed to maximize the energy produced by minimizing the energy loss due to wakes in a limited space when designing a wind farm. Metamodeling or surrogate modeling techniques are often used to replace expensive simulations or physical experiments of engineering problems. G...

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... of June 2020, Korea has five offshore wind power projects totaling 132.5 MW, including a 60 MW southwest sea wind pilot project completed in January as the first phase of a large-scale 2.5 GW project. More than 23 offshore wind power projects totaling 7.3 GW are under preliminary development, as shown in Figure 1 [2]. The main purpose of a wind farm operator is to manage the operation of a wind farm system as a whole and determine the optimal set point of the wind turbine generators (WTGs) to achieve different operational objectives. ...
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... can be seen that the approximation values agreed well with the windPRO analysis result on the whole. Figure 10 shows the Excel metamodel solver for turbine layout calculation using optiSLang and Python script. A metamodel solver (also called Metamodel of Optimal Prognosis (MOP) Solver) and a CoP Matrix for optimal turbine placement were created for use in Excel. ...

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