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TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2013 – 1ST DAY09:30 Registration & welcome coffee10:30 Presidents‘ welcome and opening address by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Reuter and Dr. Andrew Garrad10:45 Opening speech: “Wind energy: Short term turbulence, long term growth”How can manufacturers and suppliers meet the growing and competitive pressure?What the wind energy market needs for continued growth?Where are the growing markets for wind energy worldwide?Dr. Andrew Garrad, Chairman, GL Garrad Hassan, United Kingdom11:15 Panel discussion Manufacturer: “What can manufacturers do to reduce the cost of energy?”Chairman:Prof. Dr.-Ing. AndreasReuter, ManagingDirector, FraunhoferInstitute for Wind Energyand Energy SystemTechnology (IWES),Bremerhaven, GermanyParticipants:Jörg Scholle, ExecutiveVice President, Headof Global Engineering& Product LineManagement, NordexSE, Hamburg/Rostock,GermanyDr. Martin Knops,Senior Vice PresidentR&D, Drive TrainTechnology RDD,REpower Systems SE,Osterrönfeld, GermanyMarkus Becker, CTO,KENERSYS GmbH,Münster, GermanyJean Huby, ManagingDirector, AREVA WindGmbH, Bremerhaven,GermanyVolker Kendziorra,Managing Director,ENERCON ServiceDeutschland GmbH,Aurich, Germany12:15 Lunch and Networking Break, Visit to ExhibitionLecture Room Estrelsaal A/B Lecture Room 1CC Lecture Room Estrelsaal C1/C2 Lecture Room Paris Lecture Room Estrelsaal C5/C6Innovative Gearbox Design:Today and TomorrowChairman: Dr. Martin Knops,Senior Vice President R&D,REpower Systems SE,Osterrönfeld, GermanyFuture Rotor Blade DesignsChairman: Dr. Andrew Garrad,Chairman, GL Garrad Hassan,United KingdomExact Weather ForecastingModels and Operational SystemsChairman: Ignacio Láinez Aracama,Director, Evaluación Energética en EDPRenováveis, SpainEffective Vibration MonitoringChairman: Christian Nath, Senior AdvisorWind Energy, Barsbüttel, GermanyElectrical Components –Technologies for the FutureChairman: Stefan Franko, DirectorRenewable Energy, GE Power Conversion,Berlin, Germany14:15 Integrated testing strategy forgearboxesComplementary methods to develophigh quality and high reliable drive traincomponentsGearbox validation strategy according toan 8-Milestone validation planTechnical challenges for the developmentof drive train componentsGearbox reliability based on field resultsDr. Ralf Hambrecht, Head of Drive TrainTechnology RDD; co-author: Dr. MartinKnops, Senior Vice President R&D, REpowerSystems SE, Osterrönfeld, GermanyLoad reduction potential on large windturbinesEfficient reduction of aerodynamic loadsImplementation of active trailing edgeflaps to vary the turbine dynamicsSustainable improvement of theaero dynamic behavior of large windturbinesJaione Ortega Gómez, M.Sc., ResearchAssistant; co-author: Dr.-Ing. ClaudioBalzani, Department for Wind EnergySystems, Leibniz University Hanover,GermanyEnhancements of the mesoscalecommunity model for wind resourceassessmentOpen-source wind power assessmentsoftware based on MC2 modelNew space-time discretization scheme formesoscale modelingEnhanced 3D turbulence closure for theMC2 mesoscale modelAlex Geovanny Flores-Maradiaga, M.Sc.,Research Assistant; co-authors: Robert Benoit,Ph.D., École de Technologie Supérieure,University of Quebec, Montreal, ClaudeGirard, Ph.D, Meteorological Service, CanadaDecisive smart blade sensing –A vibration analysisSpecific strain sensor operational methodEssential field implementation for thedynamic behavior and structural integrityTest results and vibration analysisDawid Janse van Vuuren, M.Eng., R&DEngineer; co-authors: Dr. Detlef Krabe,Josef Wittl, Avago Technologies FiberGmbH, Regensburg, GermanyArtificial neural network control systemsfor Wind-PV hybrid power systemsPV array model: Direct conversion of solarenergy to electricityImplementing electrical analogues of thebiological neural networks (ANN)Innovative Wind-PV hybrid powersystemsKerim Karabacak, M.Sc., Lecturer, KutahyaTechnical Vocational School, DumlupinarUniversity, Kutahya, Turkey; co-author:Assist. Prof. Dr. Numan Cetin, Department ofSolar Energy, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey14:45 From component to system: Integrateddrive train developmentCharacteristics of a hybrid drive systemwith more than 96 % efficiencyMeasurement results of sub-systems andcomplete systemsRotor blade repairs with advanced UVcuring resin systemsTypical blade damages seen everywhereConsequences of neglection: Actual reallife casesReasons for a reactive instead ofShort-term wind forecasting on- andoffshoreIdentification of the current and theprospective usersAnalysis of the accuracy of the forecasts –Various scenariosEffective large scale wind turbinecondition monitoringRising challenges with conditionmonitoring of wind turbine fleetsscaling upTopology of wind turbine conditionS-Curve speed control for variable speedwind energy convertersOverview: Types of speed wind energyconvertersSpeed controlNon-linear controlDipl.-Phys. Florian Hanisch, VP Engineering;co-author: Dipl.-Chem. Mark Zundel,Winergy AG, Voerde, Germanypre-emptive approach on blademaintenanceRetrospect: Development of blade repairsover the last yearsVille Karkkolainen, B.BA., ManagingDirector, Bladefence, Vantaa, FinlandDifferences between on- and offshoreforecasting methodsShort- and medium-term developmentsand challengesDr. Lars Landberg, Senior Vice President,GL Garrad Hassan, Copenhagen, Denmark;co-author: Jeremy Parkes, GL GarradHassan, Bristol, United KingdommonitoringEfficient monitoring and SCADAintegrationDr. Axel Juhl, CEO R&D; co-author: KlausGram-Hansen, Gram & Juhl A/S, Vojens,DenmarkMPP-TrackingProf. Dr.-Ing. habil. ConstantinosSourkounis, Head of Power SystemsTechnology and Power Mechatronic,University of Bochum, Germany15:15 Reliable and competitive gearboxdesign solutions for 3 to 6.15 MW windturbinesProgressive concepts of planetary gearsOptimized application of bearingsIncrease of the operational availabilityDipl.-Ing. Jörg Litzba, DepartmentManager, Gearing & Gearbox ComponentTechnology, R&D Product Technology,ZF Wind Power Antwerpen, BelgiumImproving the reliability of rotor bladesthrough full life cycle managementSuccessful contracting strategiesSustainable production follow up andquality assurance managementTransportation and installation riskmanagementEffective inspection and maintenanceduring the operational periodJaap Olthoff, Quality AssuranceManagement, OUT Smart, JL Velp,The NetherlandsWind index and wind farm financingUsually applied wind and productionindexImplementation of additional independentindexes based on reanalysis dataInfluences on the energy yield probabilityDr. Heinz-Theo Mengelkamp, ManagingDirector; co-authors: Dipl-Geogr. JoachimGeyer, Dipl.-Geogr. Lasse Blanke, anemosGesellschaft für Umweltmeteorologie mbH,Reppenstedt, GermanyEfficient fault detection & faultdiagnosis on +4000 wind turbines usingvibration monitoringThe importance of choosing the mostadvantageous monitoring strategyHow to monitor more than 5 millionalarm limitsThe important role of the operatorCarsten Andersson, Project Manager,Remote Monitoring Group, B&K Vibro,Nærum, DenmarkComparison of generator and converterdrive train topologies for a 3 MWonshore turbineDifferent characteristics of generators:doubly fed, permanent magnet, cageinductionImportant cost of energy calculationsCapital equipment investmentcalculations for volume productionLow voltage versus medium voltageDr. Ross Hall, Global ApplicationsEngineer ing Leader, Wind Platform ProductLeader, Wind Generators, GE PowerConversion, Warwickshire, United Kingdom15:45 Verification process and results of afully integrated two-stage gear and PMGcombinationServiceability aspect as a part of theprocessEssential measurement resultsKari Uusitalo, M.Sc., Product ManagerWind Gears, Moventas Gears Oy, Jyväskylä,FinlandMaterial and component research forefficient rotor blade designCharacterization of static and fatiguepropertiesClassified fatigue formulation and lifecalculationResults from recent research projectsFull scale testing for validation of rotorbladesTim Westphal, M.Sc., Research Scientist,Knowledge Centre WMC, Wieringerwerf,The NetherlandsProduction losses due to icing –Techniques for forecasting and siteassessmentWRF model and the Makkonen formula tomodel ice accretionUsing historical wind power productiondata to find an empirical functionResults from trials of forecastingproduction lossesThe long-term variation of productionlosses due to icingMagnus Baltscheffsky, M.Sc., ModelDeveloper, Meteorologist; co-author:Stefan Söderberg, Ph.D., CEO, WeatherTechScandinavia AB, Uppsala, SwedenOn-site real-time load monitoring –The new standard for wind turbinesOptimal sensor portfolioFrom condition monitoring to loadmonitoringVerified examples for load monitoring fordamage preventionSensor technology and system structureJohannes Domke, MBA, M.Sc., BusinessField Manager for Renewable Energy;co-authors: Matthias Mörbe, Dr. RalfSchmidt, Bosch Engineering GmbH,Heilbronn, GermanyElectrical components in wind turbinedrive trains – The coordinated systemof generator and converter for highefficiency and maximum reliabilityDesign concepts, functioning,comparison of differentconverter-generator conceptsMarket-specific requirements: Full powerconverter & synchronous generatorPower outcome and grid supportRoom for improvement: OptimizationDipl.-Ing. Joachim Günther, RenewableEnergy Systems Technology, PCS PowerConverter Solutions, Berlin; co-author:Dipl.-Ing. Ralf Hanauer, VEM SachsenwerkGmbH, Dresden, Germany16:15 Coffee and Networking Break, Visit to ExhibitionIndustrial BoardIgnacio Láinez Aracama,Director, Evaluación Energética enEDP Renováveis, SpainMarkus Becker, CTO, KENERSYSGmbH, Münster, GermanyDr. Günther Berger,Vice President DevelopmentRenewable Energies, Bosch RexrothAG, Witten, GermanyStefan Franko, DirectorRenewable Energy, GE PowerConversion, Berlin, GermanyMa Hongbing, General Manager,Goldwind Science & TechnologyCo., Ltd., Beijing, ChinaJean Huby, Managing Director,AREVA Wind GmbH, Bremerhaven,Germany

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