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19.09.2016 12:32
Category: Allgemeine News

IEA Wind Task 35


The CWD dedicated 6 and 7 June entirely to the IEA Wind Task 35. This workshop was visited by Professors Shuju Hu, Yangfeng Meng and Ya Deng from the Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing. Part of the task involved investigating how tests on system test rigs can best map loads that occur in the field. The aim is to develop recommendations for new system test methods and for standardising these on various system test rigs. During the Chinese delegation’s visit, critical loads were identified for investigation. The next step will be the adaptation of the IEC guidelines to system test rig testing.

In addition to the original goal of its visit, the Chinese delegation was also looking to exchange experiences with leading scientists from the CWD. After all, China is working on establishing a freely accessible system test rig for wind turbines. From 2020, devices under test with outputs of 10+ MW are to be tested under torque and non-torque loads, using hardware-in-the-loop tests.