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2021 MOAP COP26 Energy/Climate Hackathon - Shared screen with speaker view
Laurent Dubus
05:37:26
For solar radiation, did you try using the clear-sky radiation ?
Stephen Haben
05:40:39
Can I ask live question?
David Wallom
05:40:43
yes
Stephen Haben
05:40:51
thanks :-)
Mark Harrison
05:42:30
I am guessing that users are only interested in a particular range of windspeeds (ie when they get too high then the wind turbines are shut down). Did you constrain your analysis to these speeds?
David Wallom
05:42:57
or just as importantly when the wind is not strong enough, i.e. <5m/s
Mark Harrison
05:43:18
Absolutely @David
David Wallom
05:44:12
between 5 & 25m/s are productive
Laurent Dubus
05:44:46
I would rather say from 3 / 3.5 m/s
David Wallom
05:46:44
depends on the age of the turbine, older turbines which , due to their embodied energy and difficulty of recycling large components, we would want to keep running have a higher cut in speed, yes 3 - 3.5 for newer turbines
Laura Dawkins
05:47:11
Re. verifying extremes, maybe something like making sure you capture the frequency of exceeding certain relevant thresholds
David Wallom
05:47:40
yes
Hannah Bloomfield
07:13:23
If you put the slides on the presentations_for_hacakthon slack channel we can get them on the drive.
Laura Dawkins
07:14:07
What time should we be back for?