Maximilian Zweiffel, M.Sc. RWTH had studied Mechanical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University in the field of development and design.
He graduated in 2020 with his master thesis written at the Chair for Wind Power Drives about the „Optimization of the bearing load distribution of a rotor blade bearing by parametric adaptation of adjacent structural components “.
Since then Maximilian Zweiffel, M.Sc. has been employed as a research assistant in the field of Component Design at the CWD.
Need for a traceable efficiency determination method of nacelles performed on test benches
In: Measurement: sensors, 18, 100159, 2021
|Weidinger, Paula (Corresponding author)|
Report on the technical requirements for the electrical power measurements and definition of the measurands for nacelle test benches, 2021
Summary report describing current state-of-the-art developments on efficiency determination methods for wind turbines and nacelles in the field and on test benches respectively, their traceability, and general methods for direct and indirect efficiency determination, 2021
Development of test methodologies for experimental lifetime investigations of tidal turbines
In: Forschung im Ingenieurwesen = Engineering research, 85 (2), 649-659, 2021
|Rapp, Tobias (Corresponding author)|
|[Contribution to a conference proceedings, Journal Article]|
Improvement of the pitch bearing load distribution by shape-optimized stiffening plates
In: Journal of physics / Conference series, 1618: The Science of Making Torque from Wind (TORQUE 2020) 28 September - 2 October 2020, The Netherlands (online) (5), 052025, 2020
|Loriemi, Amin (Corresponding author)|