This book provides a detailed review of the state of the art models for computational methods for power systems, electricity markets, operation & maintenance and atmospheric models for wind power project development. The purpose of this book is to provide a dependable and unified account of these tools with one consistent notation while emphasizing the similarity of these tools in mathematical context while aiming to make it more popular among researchers in engineering, finance and economics by emphasizing similarities of these models by using examples in their own discipline. It is intended to give a complete overview of these tools in the wind power project management context.
• Addresses a gap and need for practitioners and professionals that require a reference that can provide the basic methods of algebraic, ordinary differential equation based, partial differential equation based and computational statistics based tools used in wind industry.
• Presents the implementation of these tools in basic low-dimensional examples.
• Provides software examples that will exemplify the theory.
The book will be comprised of two major sections, time independent steady state models and dynamic models. All aspects of different models from different disciplines will be covered under these two sections based on temporal classification.