MEC reliability data collection based on wind experience

MEC reliability data collection based on wind experience

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This section summarises the general principles and guidelines on which the taxonomy will be based and is derived from a deliverable prepared for the EU FP7 ReliaWind Consortium by the author and other Consortium members.

Chapter Contents:

  • C.1 Introduction
  • C.1.1 Background
  • C.1.2 Previously developed methods for the wind industry
  • C.2 Standardising WT taxonomy
  • C.2.1 Introduction
  • C.2.2 Taxonomy guidelines
  • C.2.3 Taxonomy structure
  • C.3 Standardising methods for collecting WT reliability data
  • C.4 Standardising downtime event recording
  • C.5 Standardising failure event recording
  • C.5.1 Failure terminology
  • C.5.2 Failure recording
  • C.5.3 Failure location

Inspec keywords: marine power systems; power generation reliability; wind power plants

Other keywords: MEC reliability data collection; wind experience; EU FP7 ReliaWind Consortium

Subjects: Reliability; Wind power plants

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