# JensenAngle

##### For a given distance `x`

, computes the wake cone generated by a turbine.

In Jensen's wake model, a wake cone is generated by a turbine based on the turbine's hub height z, its rotor radius r_0, the terrain's roughness length z_0 and the distance x between the turbine under investigation and a certain second point. z, r_0 and z_0 are taken from the `FarmVars`

settings object, while x is to be provided.

##### Usage

`JensenAngle(x)`

##### Arguments

- x
must be a single value. Provide distance in meters.

##### Details

If a second turbine (B) is in a first turbine (A)'s wake, turbine B's power output must be penalized due to turbulence. This can be performed via Jensen's wake model, but first, it should be checked whether B is actually in A's wake. This function computes the angle of the wake cone generated by turbine A. This can be used together with function `IsInWake`

to see if B is in the wake of A.

##### Value

`JensenAngle`

returns the (onesided) angle of the wake cone generated by a turbine for distance `x`

.

##### References

Jensen, N. O. (1983). A note on wind generator interaction. Roskilde: Ris<U+00F8> National Laboratory. Ris<U+00F8>-M, No. 2411

##### See Also

`IsInWake`

to check whether there are wake effects present. `FarmVars`

for the data object.

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
JensenAngle(500)
## For a distance of 500 m, the function returns a wake cone angle of 9.2233 degrees
## (given standard values for z, z_0 and r_0 in the FarmVars settings object).
# }
```

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