Sessions

Developments in turbine components

Turbine technology

When: Wednesday, 26 September 2018, 11:00 - 12:15
Where: Room: Hamburg

Session description

The focus of this session is on turbine component analysis. The presentations will address turbine components including monopile foundations, blades and drivetrains. The presenters will provide perspectives from industry, research and academia. A range of key activities relating to turbine components will be covered, including: design, modelling, cost evaluation and testing. The activities also build upon well-established baselines such as the NREL 5 MW turbine and PISA framework.

Learning objectives

Session chair

Paul McKeever

Head of Strategic Research, Ore Catapult

Vincent Schellings

General Manager Engineering & Product Management - Offshore Wind , GE Renewable Energy

Presentations

Research sized wind turbine blade modal tests: comparison of the impact excitation with shaker excitation.

Marcin Luczak

Senior Researcher, Technical University of Denmark

Application of the PISA framework to the design of offshore wind turbine monopile foundations.

Stavros Panagoulias

Researcher, Plaxis bv

Consistent direct-drive version of the NREL 5MW turbine

René Meklenborg Miltersen Slot

Industrial PhD student, Aalborg University / EMD International A/S

Manufacturing cost - a critical evaluation criteria for new developments in wind turbine drivetrain technologies

Freia Harzendorf

Research Associate, Center for Wind Power Drives, RWTH Aachen

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