Improving turbine reliability
Optimising design, operation and maintenance for new generations of wind energy systems - EU FP7 Reliawind research results
ReliaWind is an EU FP7 project under Theme 5 Energy, with a total budget of €7.7 million and the participation of 10 partners. The main objective was to lead the development of a new generation of efficient and reliable wind turbines, and to provide practical results for the industry to improve wind turbine design, operation and maintenance.
This event presented the ReliaWind project’s exciting outcomes:
• Empirical analysis of wind turbine reliability
• Design for reliability
• Logical architecture of advanced wind turbine health monitoring systems
• Condition based maintenance tools for wind turbines
• Standardisation of reliability-originated design and maintenance
For further information on the Reliawind project, please visit http://www.reliawind.eu/
Introduction (pdf: 6.1MB)
Overview of "Optimising design, operation and maintenance for new generation wind energy systems"
Empirical analysis of Wind turbine reliability (pdf: 422 KB)
Design for reliability - a FMEA study (pdf: 715 KB)
Logical architecture of an advanced WTG health monitoring system (pdf: 1.6 MB)
Comfort break / Posters
Condition based maintenance tools for wind turbines and wind farms
Standardisation and dissemination of reliability information for wind turbines, and its impact on future EU 2020 wind energy target (pdf: 531 KB)
Debate: Reliability of wind power
For further information please contact Wenjuan Wang wenjuan.wang[at]durham.ac.uk
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