Energy yields can be calculated with the following userdefinable options:

Measured wind speeds.

Wind speeds extrapolated onto any hub height.

Calculated or constant air density.

Power curve selection with/without air density adjustment, or constant power coefficient.

Any amount of shutdown constraints and/or power curve constraints.
All shutdown constraints and power curve constraints with userdefinable
and freely combinable conditions of:

Wind speeds

Times of day

Times between sunrise and sunset

Times between sunset and sunrise

Seasonally resolved night fractions tables (e.g. nighttenths)
with the thresholds to be used for the shutdown of air temperature
and/or of wind speed

Seasonal times

Wind directions

Air temperatures

Precipitations

One shutdown constraint for shadow flicker shutdown with shadow flicker tables
for the shutdown with receptor specific cumulative impacts.
WindDataSuite calculates gross and net yields for the time series in total and
month specific as well as
the mean annual and monthly gross and net yields. Also the respective
total, particular, and proportional energy yield losses due to the assigned
shutdown constraints and power curve constraints are calculated.
The results (mean wind speed, mean air density, operating hours, calculated
energy yields and energy losses)
can be exported in form of a table into a csvformatted file.
In the following example, the energy yields have been calculated for a time
series at the heights of 80 m, 100 m, and 120 m above
ground level. Three different constraints have been defined:

A shutdown constraint for the protection of bats: Shutdown will be done

when the wind speed is less than 6 m/s,

when the air temperature is greater than or equal to 10°C,

when the precipitation intensity is less than 0.1 mm/hour,

from 2 hours before sunset over night until sunrise,

seasonally from 1 April to 31 October.

A turbulence constraint: Shutdown will be done

when the wind direction is within the sector from 340° to 20°,

when the wind speed is greater than 6 m/s.

A noise reduction: During the night between 22:00 hours MEZ (21:00 GMT) and 06:00 hours
MEZ (05:00 GMT),
the turbine will be operated in a powerreduced mode with a noise level of 100dB.
Fig.1 shows a time series excerpt of the calculated energy yields.
Fig.2 shows an excerpt of the table with the energy yields and energy yield losses.