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RAMS-database for Wind Turbines. Pre-study

Technical Report:

Abstract

A quickly growing sector of electricity production is wind power. Increased knowledge related to many aspects of wind power is highly in demand and reliability aspects is one area where a lot of activity is performed worldwide. This report discusses one important aspect for improving reliability of wind turbines - reliability data. The report contains an outlook to see what is being done in this area and where good examples may be found. What can we learn from inside and outside the wind industry? Assuming a reliability database will be designed and implemented - what are the possible options between which we can make a choice? If option A is selected then what are the consequences of that, option B etc? A set of recommendations is also made with 2 possible levels of ambition. One conclusion from this report is that such a database, if created, should be designed to support maintenance and more precisely Reliability-Centred Maintenance RCM (or similar). Other possible users of such data can use this maintenance-related data. Apart from maintenance use, a few examples are given in the report on the benefits of such a database. In all considerations on technical solutions or alternative investments, reliability  More>>
Publication Date:
Aug 15, 2010
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
ELFORSK-10-67
Resource Relation:
Other Information: 23 refs., 21 figs., 3 tabs.
Subject:
17 WIND ENERGY; WIND POWER; MAINTENANCE; RELIABILITY; DATA COMPILATION
OSTI ID:
1004736
Research Organizations:
Elforsk AB, Stockholm (Sweden)
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: SE1107003
Availability:
Available from: http://www.vindenergi.org/Vindforskrapporter/Rapporter_VFIII/10_67_report_ramsdata.pdf
Submitting Site:
SWD
Size:
96 p. pages
Announcement Date:
Feb 14, 2011

Technical Report:

Citation Formats

Pettersson, Lasse, Andersson, J O, Orbert, Cecilia, and Skagerman, Sven. RAMS-database for Wind Turbines. Pre-study. Sweden: N. p., 2010. Web.
Pettersson, Lasse, Andersson, J O, Orbert, Cecilia, & Skagerman, Sven. RAMS-database for Wind Turbines. Pre-study. Sweden.
Pettersson, Lasse, Andersson, J O, Orbert, Cecilia, and Skagerman, Sven. 2010. "RAMS-database for Wind Turbines. Pre-study." Sweden.
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title = {RAMS-database for Wind Turbines. Pre-study}
author = {Pettersson, Lasse, Andersson, J O, Orbert, Cecilia, and Skagerman, Sven}
abstractNote = {A quickly growing sector of electricity production is wind power. Increased knowledge related to many aspects of wind power is highly in demand and reliability aspects is one area where a lot of activity is performed worldwide. This report discusses one important aspect for improving reliability of wind turbines - reliability data. The report contains an outlook to see what is being done in this area and where good examples may be found. What can we learn from inside and outside the wind industry? Assuming a reliability database will be designed and implemented - what are the possible options between which we can make a choice? If option A is selected then what are the consequences of that, option B etc? A set of recommendations is also made with 2 possible levels of ambition. One conclusion from this report is that such a database, if created, should be designed to support maintenance and more precisely Reliability-Centred Maintenance RCM (or similar). Other possible users of such data can use this maintenance-related data. Apart from maintenance use, a few examples are given in the report on the benefits of such a database. In all considerations on technical solutions or alternative investments, reliability aspects are critical and good information is 'worth its weight in gold'}
place = {Sweden}
year = {2010}
month = {Aug}
}