The Wind Energy Science Conference (WESC) is a biennial conference taking place every odd year, starting 2017. The purpose of the conference is to gather leading scientists and researchers in the field of wind energy to present their latest findings in oral presentations and several parallel sessions, covering all scientific topics in wind energy.
The first edition took place in Copenhagen, at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in June 2017, launched by the European Academy of Wind Energy (EAWE), with the support of EERA.
During the conference, a mini-symposia was entirely devoted to the AWESOME project, organised and chaired by Pr. Melero, where most of the ESRs actively participated and presented their latest results. The AWESOME symposia included also other presentations related to operation and maintenance (O&M), with a substantial interest and growing importance in the wind industry.
A list of the oral Presentations is given below:
Elena González (ESR1): Wind turbine performance monitoring by the use of SCADA data
Laura Valldecabres (ESR 2): Very short-term wind speed forecast of coastal flow by dual-Doppler scanning lidar
Helene Seyr (ESR 3): Factors influential to offshore maintenance planning – Identifying uncertainties
Estefania Artigao (ESR 7): Advanced Diagnosis of Doubly Fed Induction Generators for Wind Turbines
Lisa Ziegler (ESR 8): Structural monitoring for lifetime extension of offshore wind monopoles: Can strain measurements at one level tell us everything?
Lorenzo Colone (ESR 9): Wind turbine machine health assessment and estimate of remaining useful life, by: L. Colone
Nurseda.Y. Yürüsen (ESR 10): Wind Farm Management Models
Maik Reder (ESR11): Failure Behaviour of Wind Turbine Components and the Influence of Environmental Conditions
More information can be found at: http://wesc2017.org/