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Lillgrund - Control run

All images are valid at t=14,000 s.

Horizontal cross-sections of wind speed

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63 mcontrol_horiz_63.jpg
90 mcontrol_horiz_90.jpg

Vertical cross-sections along rows (1-8)

 

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Row 2stg_spacing_row2.jpg
Row 3stg_spacing_row3.jpg
Row 4stg_spacing_row4.jpg
Row 5stg_spacing_row5.jpg
Row 6stg_spacing_row6.jpg
Row 7stg_spacing_row7.jpg
Row 15stg_spacing_row15.jpg

Vertical cross-sections along columns (A-H)

 

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Row Bstg_spacing_row2.jpg
Row Cstg_spacing_row3.jpg
Row Dstg_spacing_row4.jpg
Row Estg_spacing_row5.jpg
Row Fstg_spacing_row6.jpg
Row Gstg_spacing_row7.jpg
Row Hstg_spacing_row15.jpg

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