Hello, this is Misaki from Rera Tech. I'm in charge of wind resource simulation and analysis.
Kobe, which has our headquarters, is close to the sea and mountains, so we can feel nature. It is a familiar land blowing from Mt. Rokko. On the other hand, I feel that it is a moderately urban and very easy -to -live city. There are many tourist attractions represented by "Kobe Harborland" and "Kitano Ijinkan Street", and public transportation is substantial, so why not visit it once?
By the way, the topic introduced this time is "Universities / laboratorys where you can learn the wind situation survey for wind power: Part 1".
The vulgarity survey in wind power is a field where advanced expertise is questioned.
In order to learn a windshade survey, there are approaches such as "practical learning by a consultant company, specializing in wind power generation operators and air -conditioning surveys," or "acquired by self -taught."
Among them, I want to learn in earnest! We recommend that you belong to a university lab to learn from the basics and work on research themes.
Also, what kind of laboratory can be collaborated with private companies that are considering joint research with universities? Isn't it interesting?
In this column, we will introduce a part of the laboratory that conducts research on wind -powered wind -powered wind -based research on the first part and the second part.
Kobe University Corporation Faculty of Marine Policy Science and Meteorological Laboratory
NEDO, offshore style map NEOWINS, URL:https://appwdc1.infoc.nedo.go.jp/Nedo_Webgis/top.html
Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo, Bridge Laboratory,
Tei Ishihara, Atsushi Yamaguchi, Wind Prediction Software MASCOT technology and analysis, wind energy society magazine, 37 (1), 2013, pp.2-5.
Kyushu University Applied Economy Research Institute New Faculty of Energy Division, Winds and Engineering,
Takaaki Uchida, the latest numerical windsters simulation technology Realized Virtual Wind Farm-The History and Future Prospect of Development-, Wind Energy Society of Energy, 44 (4), 2020, PP.666-671.