Explore the publications below, with contributions from our scientists and gain a deeper understanding of how we do atmospheric simulation, e.g. for renewable energy.

With our roots and boots in science, Whiffle is on the leading edge of the scientific developments of weather modelling based on Large Eddy Simulation.

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Wind resource modelling of entire sites using Large Eddy Simulation – GE
Investigating energy production and wake losses of multi-gigawatt offshore wind farms with atmosperic large-eddy simulation-image

WES, 8, 787–805, 2023 – Peter Baas, Remco Verzijlbergh, Pim van Dorp, and Harm Jonker

Validation material of Whiffle’s LES ‘GRASP’
The impact of wakes from neighboring wind farms on the production of the IJmuiden Ver wind farm zone
Aeroelastic loads on a turbine exposed to extreme events selected from a year-long large-eddy simulation
GRASP model description & validation report