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Improving the EOL (End-Of-Line) testing process for wind turbine gear boxes

The aim of this research is to advance the end-of-line test process for wind turbine gearboxes.  
A decrease in test rig related measurement spread is strived for, together with (improved) correlations between different test runs. The EOL evaluation of the gearboxes will so become more stable and reliable, leading to a smaller amount of physical performed tests. The eventual reduction will be valorized.

Techniques: data mining, machine learning, multi-body simulation, statistics

Date:18 Nov 2019  →  Today
Keywords:wind turbine gearbox, EOL test, R&R
Disciplines:Energy generation, conversion and storage engineering not elsewehere classified, Acoustics, noise and vibration engineering
Project type:PhD project