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Survey of commercially available SCADA data analysis tools for wind turbine health monitoring.

Chen, B. and Zappalá, D. and Crabtree, C.J. and Tavner, P.J. (2014) 'Survey of commercially available SCADA data analysis tools for wind turbine health monitoring.', Technical Report. Durham University School of Engineering and Computing Sciences.

Abstract

By analysing data from the Signal Conditioning and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems fitted to wind turbines (WT) their manufacturers, Operators and other experts are able to monitor and improve WT performance. This survey summarises and describes the current commercially available SCADA systems and associated analysis tools for monitoring WTs and optimising their performance. The main information is gathered from papers and internet with the help of partners in the UK EPSRC Supergen Wind and EU FP7 ReliaWind Consortia. The document contains also information contributed by D. Zappalá obtained at European Wind Energy Conference 2011, at European Wind Energy Conference 2012 and at European Wind Energy Conference 2013.

Item Type:Monograph (Technical Report)
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Status:Peer-reviewed
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Date deposited:30 May 2014
Date of first online publication:26 May 2014
Date first made open access:No date available

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