Sessions

Cutting O&M costs through better turbine design

Operations & maintenance

When: Thursday, 27 September 2018, 16:30 - 17:45
Where: Room: Bilbao

Session description

How to slash down O&M costs? We have leveraged economy of scales, and we currently invest a lot in digitalisation and big data analysis. But upgrading turbine design remains the most effective way to reduce failures and get better information on their possible origins. In this session, you will learn how better hardware and software can improve information about the origin of turbine failure and enhance maintenance efficiency.

Session chair

Idoia Iceta

CEO, Nem Solutions

Presentations

Model-based Condition Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis of Wind Turbine Gearboxes using a State Observer

Brian Rieckhoff

Scientific Assistant, Centre for Wind Power Drives

Improvements and experience with load control and performance enhancement“Operation control in modern wind turbine – current trends and challenges from an OEMs perspective”

Servet Sert

CTO, Senvion

IMU-based Identification of Modal Parameters on an Industrial 3 MW Wind Turbine

János Zierath

Senior R&D Engineer, W2E Wind to Energy GmbH

New methodology for correction of pitch angle misalignment

Igor Egaña

CEO, Maxwind Technology

How reliable will tomorrow’s wind farm be?

Chris Hansford

Engineer, DNV GL

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