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Observed and simulated turbulent kinetic energy (WRF 3.8.1) over large offshore wind farms

@inproceedings{Siedersleben2019ObservedAS,
  title={Observed and simulated turbulent kinetic energy (WRF 3.8.1) over large offshore wind farms},
  author={Simon K. Siedersleben and Andreas Platis and Julie K. Lundquist and Bughsin Djath and Astrid Lampert and Konrad B{\"a}rfuss and Beatriz Ca{\~n}adillas and Johannes Schulz-Stellenfleth and Jens Bange and Thomas A. Neumann and Stefan Emeis},
  year={2019}
}
Because wind farms affect local weather and microclimates, parameterizations of their effects have been developed for numerical weather prediction models. While most wind farm parameterizations (WFP) include drag effects of wind farms, models differ on whether or not an additional turbulent kinetic energy (TKE) source should be included in these parameterizations to simulate the impact of wind farms on the boundary layer. Therefore, we use aircraft measurements above large offshore wind farms… Expand
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