Her scientific interests lie mostly in Meteorology, Wind speed, Wind profile power law, Wind shear and Wind gradient. Her Meteorology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Boundary layer. Her Boundary layer research includes themes of Large eddy simulation and Turbulence.
Her Wind speed research includes elements of Lidar, SODAR and Turbine. Her Lidar study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Stratification, Wake, Inflow and Sea level. Her studies examine the connections between Wind shear and genetics, as well as such issues in Atmospheric sciences, with regards to Maximum sustained wind, Polar amplification and Electricity generation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Meteorology, Wind speed, Turbine, Turbulence and Wake. Her Meteorology study combines topics in areas such as Lidar and Boundary layer. Her study in Atmospheric sciences extends to Wind speed with its themes.
Her research in Turbine intersects with topics in Marine engineering, Atmosphere and Inflow. Julie K. Lundquist has researched Turbulence in several fields, including Offshore wind power, Terrain and Dissipation. Julie K. Lundquist specializes in Wind profile power law, namely Wind gradient.
Meteorology, Wind speed, Turbine, Wake and Weather Research and Forecasting Model are her primary areas of study. Her work deals with themes such as Lidar and Terrain, which intersect with Meteorology. Her Wind speed research incorporates elements of Planetary boundary layer and Large eddy simulation.
Her Turbine research incorporates themes from Marine engineering, Wind shear, Flow and Wind direction. Her research integrates issues of Local time and Diurnal cycle in her study of Wind shear. Her study ties her expertise on Wind profile power law together with the subject of Wake.
Her primary areas of study are Wind speed, Meteorology, Wind direction, Turbine and Wind shear. Her work carried out in the field of Wind speed brings together such families of science as Simulation, Atmospheric sciences and Boundary layer. Julie K. Lundquist interconnects Lidar and Erosion in the investigation of issues within Meteorology.
The Wind direction study which covers Wake that intersects with Turbulence and Offshore wind power. Her work in the fields of Turbine, such as Turbine blade, overlaps with other areas such as Shear. Julie K. Lundquist has researched Wind shear in several fields, including Marine engineering and Anemometer.
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CASES-99: A Comprehensive Investigation of the Stable Nocturnal Boundary Layer
Gregory S. Poulos;William Blumen;David C. Fritts;Julie K. Lundquist.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2002)
An intercomparison of large-eddy simulations of the stable boundary layer
Robert J. Beare;Malcolm K. Macvean;Albert A.M. Holtslag;Joan Cuxart.
Boundary-Layer Meteorology (2006)
Nocturnal Low-Level Jet Characteristics Over Kansas During Cases-99
R.M. Banta;R. K. Newsom;J. K. Lundquist;Y. L. Pichugina.
Boundary-Layer Meteorology (2002)
Grand challenges in the science of wind energy
Paul Veers;Katherine Dykes;Eric Lantz;Stephan Barth.
Local and mesoscale impacts of wind farms as parameterized in a mesoscale NWP model
Anna C. Fitch;Joseph B. Olson;Julie K. Lundquist;Jimy Dudhia.
Monthly Weather Review (2012)
Atmospheric stability affects wind turbine power collection
Sonia Wharton;Julie K Lundquist.
Environmental Research Letters (2012)
Assessing atmospheric stability and its impacts on rotor‐disk wind characteristics at an onshore wind farm
Sonia Wharton;Julie K. Lundquist;Julie K. Lundquist.
Wind Energy (2012)
Implementation of a Nonlinear Subfilter Turbulence Stress Model for Large-Eddy Simulation in the Advanced Research WRF Model
J. D. Mirocha;J. K. Lundquist;B. Kosović.
Monthly Weather Review (2010)
Crop Wind Energy Experiment (CWEX): Observations of Surface-Layer, Boundary Layer, and Mesoscale Interactions with a Wind Farm
Daniel A. Rajewski;Eugene S. Takle;Julie K. Lundquist;Steven Oncley.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2012)
Development of a Coupled Groundwater–Atmosphere Model
Reed M. Maxwell;Julie K. Lundquist;Jeffrey D. Mirocha;Steven G. Smith.
Monthly Weather Review (2011)
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