Internal Research and Cooperation with International Partners

  • Application scope of future materials

  • Design concepts and design features for the next generation of rotor blades

  • Evaluation and application of new verification method

  • Tool development for in-depth analysis and optimization

Extracts from the disclosable research projects

DynAWind² – Model-based, structural monitoring of wind turbines with a minimal number of sensors

Together with W2E and the StM and LTMD of the University of Rostock, we are investigating the possibility of making more precise statements about the life cycle of wind turbines through a deeper understanding of the actual operating loads that occur and the laws of material fatigue of the individual components. By using a minimal sensor concept, we aim to indirectly derive the cyclic loads via numerical structural models.

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