This webinar describes some of the challenges faced when monitoring a large fleet of wind turbines. Factors such as different turbine and gearbox types, different condition monitoring systems (CMS), geographically dispersed sites and variations in maintenance practice all make the job of a monitoring engineer a difficult task. Romax utilize in-house software called InSight Fleet Monitor to provide condition monitoring services for over 2 GW of assets globally. Using a single software platform enables the CMS engineers to effectively monitor a huge number of wind turbines efficiently.
This webinar uses some recent examples and case studies to demonstrate fleet-wide condition monitoring in practice. Examples focus on main bearing and gearbox fault detection and, most importantly for the operator, methods for predicting the remaining useful life or ‘time to repair’ for key components.
View this webinar to learn:
-How condition monitoring can be effectively rolled out for large, disparate fleets of wind turbines.
-Valuable insights from recent examples in the field, particularly relating to gearbox and main bearing faults.
-Predicting ‘time to repair’ for major components.