Speaker: Baldwin Dumortier (PhD student)
Date: September 3, 2015
Wind energy is by far the most used renewable energy in the world. It is a source of noise pollution and noise regulation of wind turbines has become compulsory. However, control strategies are not optimal. Indeed, there are several main problems: there is an issue about measurement of the noise pollution criteria; the acoustic emergence, an issue about uncertainties propagation of the parameters and a predictive control problem. Those issues lead to specific research on source separation and stochastic control.