Atmospheric icing has a significant impact on the development and the operation of wind turbines
Ice on the rotor blades disturbs the aerodynamics and thus causes
production losses and increased noise emissions. Depending on the
requirements from local authorities wind turbine
have to prevent ice throw from the turbines leading to additional
downtimes and production losses. Thus, an optimized and efficient
operation of wind turbines
under icing conditions has become a very important topic over the last couple of years.
The impact of icing on wind turbines
energy production in different regions is a severe problem. Therefore,
emphasis on developing ice mitigation systems has become a significant
part of the wind energy conversion systems. These systems use various
technologies and have different specifications, sometimes with no clear
indication of their efficiency. Since the effect of cold climate on wind turbines
complex, not every ice protection system is suitable for a given wind
farm. Therefore, the aim of this forum is to compare the existing ice
mitigation solutions and provide an indication on their efficiency.
In this Wind Turbine Icing and Ice Prevention Forum
, we intend to effectively Identifying the key Anti-icing and De-icing solution strategies for wind Turbines
Identify benefits associated with the prevention of ice on a turbine’s
aerodynamic performance, Identifying ways to maximize energy production
while minimizing risk to the structural integrity of the wind Turbines
and Ice mitigating solution Strategies with Ice Protection Techniques and System.
Key Learning Benefits
- Identify major key ice mitigating strategies
- Discover cost-efficient solutions to cut productivity losses related to wind Turbines
- Get insight on competent ways of presenting preventive strategies to wind Turbines icing negative effects
- Participants will be able to prevent icing-related safety issues from case studies
- Learn how to minimize icing related operation and management costs
- Insight on newer tools and techniques being applied
- Discussions about the challenges and strategies of maintenance and service in icing climates
- Participants will share their view of the development perspectives of the existing anti-icing solutions.
- Oyvind Byrkjedal, R&D Manager - Kjeller Vindteknikk AS
- Simon Kloiber, Performance Analyst - Verbund
- Fausto Pedro García Márquez, Professor - UCLM
- Mark P. Hachey, P. Eng., Site Manager Caribou Wind Park - Engie Canada
- Timo Klaas, Sales Director - Wölfel Wind Systems
- Halar Memon, PhD Researcher Advanced Material Research Group - University of Nottingham
- Amador García Sancho, CTO - AIMPLAS
The agenda is not yet available for this event.
Follow this event to receive an alert when the agenda becomes available.
The venue is not yet available for this event.
Follow this event to be informed when the venue is available and stay informed on other changes.