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Thursday, 19 November 2015
14:30 - 16:00 Innovation in wind turbine drive trains
Turbine technology  
Onshore      Offshore    


Room: Montmartre

This session will share new concepts to reduce failures/improve behavior cost-effectively:

  • New configuration of bearingless permanent magnet machine with multiple modules for direct drive to reduce bearing failure
  • Coupled magnetoelastic model of a multipole permanent magnet generator in no-load conditions to reduce weight
  • Potential of MgB2 superconductors on direct drive generators
  • Alternative Wind Turbine Drive Train with Power Split and High-speed Generators 

Learning objectives

  • Delegates will be able to list problems associated to generator systems in direct-drive WTG and identify a new bearingless concept
  • Delegates will be able to list design problems inherent to scaleability and identify a model to capture dynamic phenomena and derive design criteria
  • Delegates will be able to explain cost considerations limiting superconducting direct drive technology and identify potential optimization
Lead Session Chair:
Anand Natarajan, DTU, Denmark
Henk-Jan Kooijman, GE Power & Water, Germany
Deok-je Bang Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, Korea, Republic of
Co-authors:
Deok-je Bang (1) F
(1) Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, Changwon, Korea, Republic of

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Presenter's biography

Biographies are supplied directly by presenters at EWEA 2015 and are published here unedited

Dr. Bang received B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in mechanical engineering, Pukyong National University, Korea in 1996 and 1998, respectively. He received Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering, Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands in 2010.
From 1998 to 2006, he worked in research area of electrical machines. In 2011, he was a principal researcher and a team leader at Wind Turbine Research Division, Hyundai Heavy Industries. Since 2012, he has been working as a team leader at Electric Propulsion Research Division, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute.
His research interests include direct-drive generators for wind and ocean energy conversion systems.

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