May 2016 General Assembly

The May 2016 SUPERGEN Wind General Assembly was held at Strathclyde University on May 26th. Posters, Presentations, Agenda and Attendee List are available below.

Numerical modelling of screw pile installation for wind energy foundation systems (Coombs, Durham University)

The Average UK Offshore Wind: Testing Array Design (Argyle, Loughborough University)

Screw pile foundations for offshore wind turbines: WP3 Experimental Physical Modelling (Humaish, Dundee University)

A fast wind farm controller for production maximisation (Ahmad, Durham University)

Harmonic balance acceleration of the Navier-Stokes Analysis of Wind Turbine Periodic Flows (Drofelnik, University of Glasgow)

Non-Invasive Damage Detection, Location and Evaluation TechniqueDedicated to Long Wind Turbine Blades (Yang, Newcastle University)

Wind Turbine Non-Intrusive Torque Monitoring (Zappala, Durham University)

A parametric wind turbine blade structural model (Pascual, STFC)

Characterisation of Electrical Loading Experienced by a Nacelle Power Converter (Smith, Durham University)

Experimental Investigation of Wind Turbine Bearing Subsurface Initiated Damage (Al-Tameemi, Sheffield University)

Multibody Dynamic Modelling of Wind Turbine Gearbox to Investigate Bearing and Gear Loading Under Different Operational Conditions (Al-Hamadani, Sheffield University)

SUPERGEN Wind: Wind Turbines and Radar Interaction (Danoon, Manchester University)

SUPERGEN Wind: “Some Micro- and Macro-economics of Offshore Wind Energy (McGregor, Strathclyde University)

Wind Energy is a Towering Success – but Why? (Hancock, GE Power)

Advanced Turbine Loads Alleviation System: from principle to product (SgurrControl)

Preparation for a Career in Engineering and Renewables (Soraghan, ORE Catapult)