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GE Presents EASA White Paper at NAFEMS 2019 – Automating Wind Farm Siting

by Mike Nieburg in News & Articles

The siting analysis of a new wind farm involves multiple steps to determine the feasibility of installing one or multiple models of wind turbines in specific locations. Previously, these evaluation processes for site-specific mechanical loads analysis (MLA) were done by geographically distributed wind farm engineering experts on their own computers with isolated software applications with multiple manually produced input files. Using EASA software, a system called Wind ITO Fulfillment Center (WIFC) was created to provide a streamlined approach to the siting of new wind farms, enabling a unified method to execute a disparate set of specialized analyses and programs from a common web interface.

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General Electric – CAPTURING PROPRIETARY PROCESSES FOR WIND FARM SITING ANALYSIS

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