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New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
New Trends in Wind Turbine
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New Trends in Wind Turbine

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  • 1. New Trends in Wind Farms O&M ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 2. Effective Production of a Wind Turbine Effective Production : Power Curve X Actual Wind X % Up Time of Turbine ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 3. Effective Production of a Wind TurbineEffective Production : Power Curve X Actual Wind X % Up Time of Turbine ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 4. Traditional Up-Time Factors Turbine Reliability Scheduled Maintenance ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 5. New Trends in Up-Time Factors Turbine Reliability Scheduled Maintenance JUST IN TIME MAINTENANCE ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 6. New Trends in Up-Time Factors Turbine Reliability Scheduled Maintenance JUST IN TIME MAINTENANCE - Turbine Condition Monitoring ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 7. Condition Monitoring Techniques Simple SCADA Acoustic Oil Debris Vibration Monitoring ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 8. Condition Monitoring Techniques Simple SCADA Acoustic Oil Debris Vibration Monitoring ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 9. WindSL WT-HUMS Typical WT Vibrations Sensors Configuration Input Shaft Gear Box Gen. Shaft Generator 1 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 1 Input Shaft forward bearing – horizontal 5 Gearbox Planetary Stage 2 Input Shaft forward bearing – vertical 6 Gearbox Output shaft and Oil pump 3 Input Shaft aft bearing - horizontal 7 Generator input bearing 4 Input Shaft aft bearing - vertical 8 Generator output bearing ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 10. The RSL Group RSL Utility and Control Systems Engine starting system Fuel management controller system FADEC ECU Controller MFD APU controller Generator control unit Power distribution box Ground steering g Braking & antiskid 60 in Flap movement st ve 3 ar Landing gear controller controller O ergyHCX* En 60 3
  • 11. WindSL WT-HUMS The CBM Concept Asset Manager Owner Wind Farms Diagnostics & Prognostics RHMC Findings WT- HUMS Nacelle System Maintenance Spare parts Management Warehouse Maintenance Instructions & Spare parts provisioning WindSL RHMC Maintenance Remote Maintenance Activities Management Center - Maintenance ng 60 es ti Provider (Self or Outsourced) 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 12. WindSL WT-HUMS Prognostics Self-Learning Algorithms The Self-Learning Algorithm builds a Local Model which estimates all diagnostic features using contextual variables. Self-Learning Algorithms compensate for most of the diagnostic features variability during operation, which enables prognosis at early defect stages. Local Model Health Trend Local Model - representing a specific serial number requires initiation of automatic retraining of the model after every significant maintenance operation. Global Model – constructed from a large volume of historical “normal data”, representing the monitored plants. ng 60 ti es 3 arv Global Model Health Trend O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 13. WindSL WT-HUMS Diagnostic & Prognostic Samples Internal Sample B – Bearing Failure G47, Generator Shaft Rotor Side Ball Bearing RHMC Generator Input Bearing Sensor Health Trend Screenshot External ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy level when replaced Defect H Maintenance action X En only 80%C was 60 * indicator 3
  • 14. WindSL RHMC Screenshots – Fleet Overview WT health status Click here to WT main page ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 15. WindSL RHMC Screenshots – Component fault Isolation Components location Clear ID of the failed component. Click for component health trend and location map Part (Gearbox) components status. Click for component Part (Gearbox) health trend and Health trend location ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 16. WindSL Advantages Proven Historical Performances 20 years’ experience with Health Monitoring and Control systems validated on helicopters, UAVs and Aircraft engines. About 2 years operation on WTs with 100% detection and zero false alarm rates WT-HUMS installation, Pozo Canada, Spain Contract with EDP Renewable for the G47 and V90 WTs Contract with Vattenfall for offshore GE 1.5 WTs Installation on G47, V47, GE 1.5s for IBERDROLA, AIRTRICITY (SSE) CEg and TUV certifications 60arve n ti es WT-HUMS installation, Vattenfall, 3 O ergy H SwedenCX E n 60 * 3
  • 17. Considerations in Choosing a Condition Monitoring Supplier Experience Access to data Automatic vs manual analysis Conflict of interest / Independence ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 18. Effective Production of a Wind Turbine Effective Production : Power Curve X Actual Wind X % Up Time of Turbine ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 19. Effective Production of a Wind Turbine Effective Production : Power Curve X Actual Wind X % Up Time of Turbine ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 20. Impact of Wind on Turbine Yield Turbine Wear & Tear Power Curve Leviathan Energy addresses both ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 21. Wind Energizer and the Gearbox Without Wind Energizer 120m Improved gearbox life Wind speed normally increases with height 80m and stresses the blades and gearbox. The Wind Energizer makes the speed more 40m uniform in the area of the blades. Reduced “cut in” seed reduces the frequency of start-stops With Wind Energizer 120m The value is hundreds of thousands of dollars in preventing gearbox replacement 80m every five years and blade fatigue. ng 60 ti 40m es 3 arv O ergyHCX* En 60 3
  • 22. Wind EnergizerTM Patent-pending, passive aerodynamic structure that enhances the wind flow to the turbine, raises wind speed at blade tips, and equalizes wind velocity across the blades resulting in: Increased power when rotating by at least 20% Lower cut-in speed – over 100% power increase at low winds ROI of 2 - 3 years Reduced turbine wear and maintenance ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy H Turbine with Wind Energizer turning in low windCX E n while control turbine is still * 3 60
  • 23. The Secret Sauce is in the Modeling Algorithm Wind Statistics Topography Turbines Location Energy Turbine Correction Coeff Cost Turbine Spec Construction Cost ng 60 ti es Singular Structure 3 arv for Each Turbine O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 24. Improve Reliability More uniform wind than the natural one. Less start & stops because of lower cut-in speed. ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3
  • 25. THANKYOU Arie Brish cxo360 Infinite Energy Harvesting cxo360@hotmail.com ng 60 ti es 3 arv O ergy HCX E n 60 * 3

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