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Wann:06 February - 08 February 2017Add to calendar 2017/02/06 09:00 2017/02/08 16:30 Winterwind 2017 A conference focusing on challenges of generating wind power in cold climates. Winterwind offers seminars, debates, poster exhibition, networking, social events and technical visits. Parallel with the conference there is a fair.
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- Webseite: http://winterwind.se/
Proud to support
DNV GL is proud to be a MegaWatt sponsor at Winterwind 2017.
We will be located on stand 11.
DNV GL Experts
Our experts will be sharing their expertise during the event:
Presentation: A review of MERRA-2 data in Scandinavia
Presenter: Till Beckford (Gemma Daron - author)
Date/time: Tuesday 7 February, 12:30-12:55
Session: Poster session
Abstract: The availability of reliable and consistent long-term reference data is key for defining the long-term wind regime at a proposed wind farm site. We will explore possible reasons for this change in performance, and present results using alternative reference data, including MERRA-2 data on pressure levels and DNV GL’s Virtual met data product.
Presentation: Estimating icing losses at proposed wind farms
Presenter: Till Beckford, Engineer, Project Development, DNV GL – Energy
Date/time: Tuesday 7 February, 13:00-14:30
Session: 2-4 – Operational Experience
Abstract: An update of DNV GL’s empirical methods for estimating icing losses at proposed wind farms.
Presentation: Identification of ice build-up and corresponding control optimisation
Presenter: Oscar Hugues Salas, Senior Engineer, Control Engineering, DNV GL – Energy
Date/time: Wednesday 8 February, 10:30-12:00
Session: 9-11 - De-/anti-icing including ice detection & control
Abstract: It is well known that wind turbines located in cold climates are subjected to ice formation on their blades. Ice on blades can cause degradation in rotor aerodynamic performance and added mass. Reduced frequencies and can introduce imbalances, both of which increase structural loads.
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