Section: New Software and Platforms
Participants : Mireille Bossy [correspondant] , Sélim Karia.
The computation of the wind at small scale and the estimation of its uncertainties is of particular importance for applications such as wind energy resource estimation. To this aim, starting in 2005, we have developed a new method based on the combination of an existing Numerical Weather Prediction model providing a coarse prediction, and a Lagrangian Stochastic Model for turbulent flows. This Stochastic Downscaling Method (SDM) requires a specific modelling of the turbulence closure, and involves various simulation techniques whose combination is totally original (such as Poisson solvers, optimal transportation mass algorithm, original Euler scheme for confined Langevin stochastic processes, and stochastic particle methods).
In 2013, the SDM code became the kernel of the wind farm modelling of the Fundacion Inria Chile. In France, its development is pursuing through the collaborative Modéol project on the evaluation of wind potential.
This is a joint work with Antoine Rousseau from the team Lemon .