Vibration-Based Damage Identification in Wind Turbine Blades

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Abstract

Due to the existing trend of placing wind turbines in impassable terrain, for example, offshore, these structures constitute prime candidates for being subjected
to structural health monitoring (SHM). The wind turbine blades have in particular
been paid research attention [1] as these compose one of the most common
and critical components to fail in the turbines [2]. The standard structural integrity
assessment of blades is based on visual inspection, which requires the turbine
in question to be stopped while inspections are conducted. This procedure is
extremely costly and tedious, hence emphasizing the benefits of developing and
integrating a reliable, remote monitoring method for detecting, localizing, and assessingpotential structural deterioration.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2015
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventWIND ENERGY DENMARK: Annual Event 2015 - Herning, Denmark
Duration: 22 Sep 201523 Sep 2015

Conference

ConferenceWIND ENERGY DENMARK
Country/TerritoryDenmark
CityHerning
Period22/09/201523/09/2015

Keywords

  • Wind turbine blade
  • Vibration-based damage
  • Structural Health monitoring

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