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The available "Readme" file introduces the basics of the Doppler lidar data and offers a detailed description of the variables present in the data files. For those with any further questions about the data and its interpretation, contact either Alan Brewer (<alan.brewer@noaa.gov>) or Aditya Choukulkar (<aditya.choukulkar@noaa.gov>). It is highly recommended to discuss any planned use of the data with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-Chemical Sciences Division (NOAA-CSD) scientists. For more information, refer to the Readme file: "noaa-esrl-wascolidar-readme-1.pdf."
The University of Notre Dame (ND) scanning LiDAR dataset used for the WFIP2 Campaign is provided. The LiDAR is a Halo Photonics Stream Line Scanning Doppler LiDAR. **It is highly recommended to discuss any planned use of these data with University of Notre Dame scientists**. For more information refer to the attached "WFIP2 Project (lidar.z07)" Readme file.
The University of Notre Dame (ND) scanning LiDAR dataset used for the WFIP2 Campaign is provided. The LiDAR is a Halo Photonics Stream Line Scanning Doppler LiDAR. **It is highly recommended to discuss any planned use of these data with University of Notre Dame scientists**. For more information refer to the attached "WFIP2 Project (lidar.z07)" Readme file.
This special issue aims to provide a platform for academic and industrial communities to report recent results and emerging research in real-time monitoring, fault diagnosis, prognosis, and resilient control and design of wind turbine systems. After a strict peer-review process, 20 papers were selected, which represent the most recent progress of the real-time monitoring, diagnosis, prognosis, and resilient control methods/techniques in wind turbine systems.
These data provide vertical mean profiles of wind and direction (30 min time step and 10 m range gate).
The dataset includes 15-minute average wind speed and direction records from 30 m to 330 m above ground level (AGL) in 10-m range gates. Data were collected by a Scintec MFAS wind profiler installed at the Decker Ranch in Oregon, about 4.4 km southeast of Kent, Ore., and are intended for validating WFIP2 model improvements.
The dataset includes 15-minute average wind speed and direction records from 30 m to 330 m above ground level (AGL) in 10-m range gates. Data were collected by a Scintec MFAS wind profiler installed at the Decker Ranch in Oregon, about 4.4 km southeast of Kent, Ore., and are intended for validating WFIP2 model improvements.
The dataset includes 15-minute average wind speed and direction records from 10 m to 250 m above ground level (AGL) in 5-m range gates. Data were collected by a Scintec SFAS wind profiler installed at the Condon State Airport in Oregon, about 1.8 km northeast of the center of Condon, Ore., and are intended for validating WFIP2 model improvements.
The dataset includes 15-minute average wind speed and direction records from 10 m to 250 m above ground level (AGL) in 5-m range gates. Data were collected by a Scintec SFAS wind profiler installed at the Condon State Airport in Oregon, about 1.8 km northeast of the center of Condon, Ore., and are intended for validating WFIP2 model improvements.
These data provide measurements of wind speed and direction up to 400 m above ground level (AGL) (max). The data are stored in two forms: ASCII and raw (binary). ASCII files contain averaged data (currently: 15 min time step and 10 m range gate). Raw files can be reprocessed with sodar software (APRun by Scintec) to produce ASCII files with different time and/or height averaging settings (highest resolution is approximately 90 sec and 10 m). NOTE: Wind direction is reported with respect to magnetic North.

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