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A Survey of Artificial Neural Network in Wind Energy Systems
Wind energy has become one of the most important forms of renewable energy. Wind energy conversion systems are more sophisticated and new approaches are required based on advance analytics. This paper presents an exhaustive ...
Identification of critical components of wind turbines using FTA over time
Wind energy is currently the most widely implemented renewable energy source in global scale. Complex industrial multi-MW wind turbines are continuously being installed both onshore and offshore. Projects involving ...
Economic viability analysis for icing blades detection in wind turbines
Reliability, availability, maintainability and safety (RAMS) of wind turbines in cold climates are closely related to ice accretion. The deterioration of RAMS of the wind turbines involves costs such as Operation and ...
Technological innovation and dynamic capabilities in the spanish wind energy business
Wind energy is a disruptive technological innovation in the production of electricity in which Europe accounts for over half of the world?s installed capacity and European firms are worldwide leaders in wind turbines and ...
Economic Viability Study for Offshore Wind Turbines Maintenance Management
(Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 2015-05-21)
Nowadays, there is a growing interest in the development of offshore wind farms due to the increasing size and capacity of wind turbines, improvement of wind resources, social acceptance, noise reduction, depletion of ...
Wind turbine reliability analysis
Against the background of steadily increasing wind power generation worldwide, wind turbine manufacturers are continuing to develop a range of configurations with different combinations of pitch control, rotor speeds, ...