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www.OWIB.dk is an annual network event dedicated towards making contacts and contracts within the offshore wind industry. It's an alternative to traditional conferences and exhibitions, where the right people can often be difficult to find. At OWIB, participants have the opportunity to pre book meetings with participating companies, maximizing efficiency. OWIB is visited by businesses from all levels in the supply chain. Developers, turbine manufactures, engineering companies, construction, installation and service companies etc. Participants are primarily from Europe with some participation expected from other regions as well.
Find out more at http://vindenergi.dtu.dk This video was made prior to the WindEurope 2016 summit in Hamburg September 27-29th 2016. It describes some of the activities at the Department of Wind Energy at DTU, Technical University of Denmark.
The SKF Wind Farm Management Conferences bring together operations and maintenance experts from the wind power industry on a yearly basis. See an impression of the event and some statements of participants from the conference in Amsterdam 2015. SKF gathered experts from the wind power industry for the 10th annual SKF Wind Farm Management Conference. Held in Amsterdam, the conference enabled experts from around the world to share the latest learnings and advice in wind farm management, operation and maintenance. Since the start in 1907, SKF has been making everything from lubrication systems to mechatronics. The SKF products and solutions can be found in almost anything that rolls or moves, from space shuttles to skateboards. In short, SKF is changing the world through the power of knowl...
A short edit from our successful Wind Power forum on 19th - 20th Oct. 2016 in Berlin, Germany. - Check our upcoming 'Renewable Energy' events: https://www.bisgrp.com/portfolio/upcoming-conferences?my=&in=renewable-energy - Event website: http://windpowerdata.global-renewableenergy-summit.com/ Video produced by 'video-nataceni.cz'
www.windenergyhamburg.com From September 27-30, 2016, Hamburg will again become your gateway to the world of wind energy. The international trade fair, WindEnergy Hamburg, will provide a comprehensive overview of the current status and future prospects of the sector – along the entire value chain of the international wind industry, onshore and offshore. It will take place on the grounds of the Hamburg Messe exhibition center. Scheduled to kick off right after SMM, the world's leading trade fair for the maritime industry, WindEnergy Hamburg offers excellent synergy effects for offshore providers.
Find the course on Coursera right here: https://www.coursera.org/learn/wind-energy#faqs By Poul Ejnar Sørensen. First in this lecture we will take a look how to distinguish difference between the four different main types of electrical concepts that we have of modern wind turbines and secondly, how to describe a typical electrical layout of a wind power plant. And finally, we will explain how wind turbines and wind power plants are typically connected to different voltage levels in the grid as well as how we can use DC as an alternative to AC connections.
Would you like to know more about the courses and the application process? Find out here: http://www.wem.dtu.dk/ Wind Energy Master programme is a web-based education with a broad academic profile. This programme covers all essential aspects of wind energy engineering based on the research activities taking place at DTU Wind Energy.
DTU is one of the few universities in the world to offer a complete two-year MSc programme in wind energy. In recent years, wind energy has become an important source of electricity production. In Denmark, wind energy already constitutes more than 30 per cent of the total energy production, and is expected to increase over the next years. You can choose to specialize in electrical or mechanical engineering within one of the five study lines: Mechanics and Aerodynamics, Mechanics of Materials and Structures, Testing and Measurements, Electrical Wind Turbine Systems, or Electrical Wind Turbine Technology . Find additional information at: http://www.dtu.dk/english/Education/msc/Programmes/wind_energy
How far offshore can one build a wind farm? Can turbines be placed in deeper waters? Watch this video to know more about the future of wind energy and also new innovative concepts to harness wind energy at lower costs.
For more information and updates about PossPOW and Concert, see: http://www.posspow.dtu.dk For mere information about the PhD studies at DTU Wind Energy, please visit http://www.vindenergi.dtu.dk/english/education/phd This video aims to serve two purposes: to illustrate an example of continuation of PhD in a follow-up project as a PostDoc to the prospective students and researchers; and to briefly describe the PossPOW (PhD) and Concert (PostDoc) projects conducted in the Integration and Planning (INP) section in DTU Wind Energy. The PossPOW project, Tuhfe’s PhD work, has come up with a methodology to estimate the potential power production of the wind farm in periods with down-regulated wind turbines – to calculate what is lost because of the down-regulation. The down-regulation is p...
Find the course on Coursera right here: https://www.coursera.org/learn/wind-energy#faqs By Morten Hansen. In this lecture you will learn to list the different concepts and describe the mechanisms of their energy extraction, approximate the power output from the different concepts. The different concepts for extracting wind energy will be divided into four principle categories: rotating lift-based machines, rotating track-based machines, flying lift based-machines, and machines which are used in flow induced vibration.
Offshore wind energy is rapidly becoming a key player in the European renewables market and recently expanded to U.S. waters. However, a drastic reduction in the cost of offshore wind energy is necessary in order to achieve long-term viability. Two aspects with high potential are operation and maintenance (O&M) optimization and field-data enabled design improvements. Both heavily rely on decision support tools to link turbine operation modes to failure mechanisms. An owner-operator of a wind farm looks for controllability and seeks knowledge about future failure events. Prognosis techniques not only detect failure, but also and more importantly predict failure evolution. This enables reduced power operation modes to allow turbines to remain online while spare parts are on their way. A d...
There is an abundance of wind energy resource in the UK, both onshore and offshore. The UK’s offshore wind resources are already being exploited significantly with government support, but with technology and supply credible trajectory to delivering commercial offshore wind farms. Read more here - http://www.eti.co.uk/floating-wind-technology/
3rd Annual Offshore Support Vessels 2011 The 3rd Annual Offshore Support Vessels kept up with two traditions, one of being the premier annual get-together of the Offshore Maritime community, and of being an official event held in conjunction with the Singapore Maritime Week 2011. http://www.osvconference.com/ FPSO 2011 FPSO 2011 brought participants together to address the opportunities and challenges for the FPSO sector in meeting future offshore Oil & Gas production. http://www.fpsoconference.com/ Produced by: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd
WindEurope is your voice, expanding the political, technological and market horizons for wind energy and putting you at the centre of Europe’s energy transition. If you want to make the most of your membership in WindEurope, find out more at our Open Day this June! Register to our Open day event (WindEurope members only): https://windeurope.org/forms/aga-summer-reception/
The SKF Wind Farm Management Conferences bring together operations and maintenance experts from the wind power industry on a yearly basis. SKF’s Jens Bode interviews Ni Da from Chenghai New Energy Tech Ltd. for insights on the current situation in China.. SKF Group: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzI9rQSGpgoF7BGS0Cqc_zQ Wind energy Beyond Zero: https://youtu.be/5f-o1Qf_Tdg SKF Wind farm management conference: https://youtu.be/2K8_fg95oFw SKF gathered experts from the wind power industry for the 12th annual SKF Wind Farm Management Conference. Held in Brussels, the conference enabled experts from around the world to share the latest learnings and advice in wind farm management, operation and maintenance. Maintenance for wind turbines can be extremely complex – much more so if there is...