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  1. Hello, I would like to know how to proceed in WindPro to be able to view and use a .WRG file exported by WAsP. Could you help me? Thank you!
  2. The wind farm will apply yaw control to obtain the maximum energy gain from the wind farm. The front row wind turbines are usually adjusted so that the front row wind turbines have a yaw angle. Is yaw control considered in WAsP, and the yaw angle? How to define the positive and negative of , and what are the specific operations?
  3. Dear WAsP team, There is an error happened in the process of importing wind data, Exception report produced at 2023-07-01 10:34:37 根级别上的数据无效。 第 1 行,位置 1。 raised at: 2023-07-01 10:31:03 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Exception raised in: 在 System:Xml:XmlTextReaderImpl:Throw 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Message added: Could not restore from file 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Exception raised in: 在 Rvea0331:cObservedWindClimate:RestoreFromFile 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Message added: Could not restore an OWC from file 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Exception raised in: 在 Rvea0331:ObservedWindClimateClass:RestoreInstanceFromFile 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Message added: Could not restore preservable object from file 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Exception raised in: 在 Rvea0331:ObservedWindClimateClass:IRveaPreservableClass_RestoreInstanceFromFile 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Message added: Could not open the OWC data file 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Exception raised in: Rvea0334:cObservedWindClimate:OpenDataFile 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Message added: Could not insert a Observed wind climate from file 'Daily_20200101_20201231_10m' to the hierarchy 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Exception raised in: Rvea0334:cHierarchyInsertionFromFile:InsertFromFile 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Message added: There was a problem with the insertion 2023-07-01 10:31:03: Exception raised in: WAsP:cWorkspaceController:ExecuteHierarchyInsertion 2023-07-01 10:31:04: Message added: Could not insert a wind atlas 2023-07-01 10:31:04: Exception raised in: WAsP: cWorkspaceController:PerformNewWindAtlasInsertion 2023-07-01 10:31:04: Message added: The insertion was not successfully completed 2023-07-01 10:31:04: Exception raised in: WAsP:cMemberPopupMenuMediator:ProcessInsertionFromMenu Latest thread started in: Wiab0007:TextSmart:TextBox_Change The .txt file I imported is like this, Date WS[m/s] WD[º] 2020-01-01 7.38 65.31 2020-01-02 7.53 64.5 2020-01-03 6.92 60.56 2020-01-04 6.38 59.12 2020-01-05 7.83 63.56 2020-01-06 7.43 62.25 May I ask if it's the format leading to this error? or what format I should follow? Many thanks.
  4. I need to extract vertical wind profile from Wasp to excel so i can present it in a study how do i do it?
  5. I want to run the pywasp in my locally for a college project, how can I install Pywasp on my pc without a license, kindly help me to understand Pywasp
  6. Hi, Currently, we have a WAsP version 11.6 license and we are planning to purchase the latest version of the WAsP Engineering software (v. 4). Does the WAsP version 11 support WAsP Engineering V. 4 or do we need to purchase the new WAsP Bundle license. What is the associated cost? Please advice. Best regards, Asela Jayasinghe
  7. I just started working on a wind farm sizing project on the WAsP software and i still can't figure out how to import the wind data It's urgent Thank you
  8. I can't import data from web @GWA Elevation. It shows that: Could not import .Reason: MyMap.ImportMap : MyMap.MapReaderBody: Line#0, File Record#0 TmprLatLon._ Provide: Owner=GeneralProjectionSystem, Name=GeoProjection TemplateRepository.FindByID: ID=LatLon, k=1 Access violation at address 007096BD in module 'WAsPMapEditor12_4.exe'. Read of address 00000051. what should I do it now? Please respond me as soon as possible.
  9. It is possible to prepare a wind turbine power-curve file directly in WAsP Turbine Editor. However, sometimes it is easier to start from an existing WTG file and edit it in Excel. If you open an existing WTG file in the Turbine Editor, you can copy the entire table by clicking F11 and then paste it to Excel (Ctrl+V). Then, in Excel, you edit the numbers and copy (Ctrl+C) the numbers in the Speed, Power, and Ct columns. Finally, in the Turbine Editor, you select “Enable Edit”, single-click the top left wind speed value, and paste (Ctrl+V).
  10. We have an API that converts a GeoJSON polygon bounding box to the indices used in the OpenDAP queries used to download of the mesoscale time-series. The query will return an XML file that has a complex data element, which contains the indices for the west_east and south_north dimensions. This can then be substituted into the download. https://wps.neweuropeanwindatlas.eu/cgi-bin/?SERVICE=WPS&VERSION=1.0.0&REQUEST=Execute&IDENTIFIER=opendap_helper&DataInputs=location={"type":"Polygon","coordinates":[[[14,52],[16,52],[16,54],[14,54],[14,52]]]} Additionally, several users have asked about using the OpenDAP service with Python. We have used XArray for this purpose, using a command like below: ds = xr.open_dataset("http://opendap.neweuropeanwindatlas.eu/opendap/newa/NEWA_MESOSCALE_ATLAS/2015/NEWA-2015-12-30.nc?WS[0:1:47][2:2][674:1:674][628:1:628],WD[0:1:47][2:2][674:1:674][628:1:628],time[0:1:47],height[2:2],west_east[628:1:628],south_north[674:1:674],XLON[674:1:674][628:1:628],XLAT[674:1:674][628:1:628],Times[0:1:47],crs")
  11. We've just made easier access to NEWA (New European Wind Atlas) Microscale and Mesoscale Atlases through #doWIND, an instance of #daTap (REST API for data aggregation and subsetting): Microscale Atlas: https://wps.neweuropeanwindatlas.eu/api/microscale-atlas/v1/docs Mesoscale Atlas: https://wps.neweuropeanwindatlas.eu/api/mesoscale-atlas/v1/docs Using #doWIND you can aggregate and subset data based on spatial coverage and variables. The resulting data subset is provided as a NetCDF file with rich metadata connected to wind energy controlled vocabularies. To use #doWIND you don't need anything else than a web browser. Enjoy!!! #fairdata #opendata #metadata #dataengineering #api #machineactionable
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