RCS and radar propagation near offshore wind farms

Laith Danoon, L S Rashid, A K Brown

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    Abstract

    The wind farm impact on marine radars has not been widely reported. Some past publications have touched on the subject but there has been no accurate model in place to readily examine the effects of different farm geometries, tower shapes and turbine sizes. This paper discusses the radar propagation modeling near offshore wind farms including the methods used to model individual turbine mono and bi-static RCS, and the multiple reflections of radar signals within the wind farm. An initial qualitative comparison between the results of the model and measured data is provided.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAntennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 2007 IEEE
    Pages4605-4608
    Number of pages4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Jun 2007

    Keywords

    • marine radar
    • radar cross-sections
    • radar interference
    • radar signal processing
    • wind turbines
    • offshore wind farms
    • radar cross section
    • radar propagation
    • radar signals
    • Blades
    • Geometry
    • Optical reflection
    • Optical scattering
    • Physical optics
    • Poles and towers
    • Radar cross section
    • Radar scattering
    • Wind farms
    • Wind turbines

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