Poster Session - Turbine Technology


When: Tuesday, 25 September 2018, 17:15 - 18:00
Where: Room: Hamburg

Session description

This session illustrates exemplified steps, which have to be taken into account in the development of wind turbines. The influences of loads, their respective description and recording are discussed using the example of individual components – in this case floating cable, rotor, drive train and ice protection systems. This session will give the opportunity to selected poster presenters to present orally their work. All delegates are invited to attend and interact with the presenters during interactive and dynamic Q&As.

Learning objectives

Session chair

Stephan Barth

Managing Director, ForWind


Assessing Dynamic Cable Cross Section Stresses For Floating Offshore Wind Applications

David Young

Research Engineer, ORECatapult

Investigation of the effect of elastic blade deformations on the aerodynamic performance of large wind turbines by means of BEM and CFD

Bernhard Stoevesandt

Head of Department, Fraunhofer IWES and ForWind – University of Oldenburg

Optimization of wind farms using smart fiber-optic rotor blade sensing data

Luis Vera-Tudela

Head of Wind Power Knowledge, fos4x

Wind turbine Ice Protection Systems Benchmark Analysis

Timo Karlsson

Research Scientist, VTT Technical Research Center of Finland

Capabilities of an optimized design process for wind turbine drive trains

Thomas Rosenlöcher

Chief Engineer, Technische Universität Dresden

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