TIGER Webinar 5: Reliability & condition monitoring of tidal turbines documents

Files

5. ORE Catapult_TIGER webinar_Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult-Tidal Turbine Testing.pdf
5. ORE Catapult_TIGER webinar_Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult-Tidal Turbine Testing.pdf
4. Hydroquest_TIGER webinar_Tidal turbines Reliability.pdf
4. Hydroquest_TIGER webinar_Tidal turbines Reliability.pdf
3. MeyGen_TIGER webinar_Reliability & condition monitoring of a tidal array.pdf
3. MeyGen_TIGER webinar_Reliability & condition monitoring of a tidal array.pdf
2. ORE Catapult_TIGER Webinar_7MW LDT Pitch System Health monitoring with Machine Learning.pdf
2. ORE Catapult_TIGER Webinar_7MW LDT Pitch System Health monitoring with Machine Learning.pdf
1. ORE Catapult_TIGER webinar_Reliability and condition monitoring of tidal turbines​ TIGER Introduction.pdf
1. ORE Catapult_TIGER webinar_Reliability and condition monitoring of tidal turbines​ TIGER Introduction.pdf

Details

The fifth in a series of six supply chain seminar events as part of the TIGER project in collaboration with Oceansgate Marine Technology Webinar Series -In partnership Maritime UK SW.

The webinar was held on 28 October 2020 and focused on Reliability & condition monitoring of tidal turbines.

The webinar raised awareness of reliability and condition monitoring techniques and potential future applications of machine learning.  supply chain opportunities for using state of the art test facilities available at OREC for the advancement of tidal stream technology. The aim is to accelerate the expansion and growth of the tidal energy sector, including the wider supply chain.

The event was hosted by EMEC and facilitated by ORE Catapult

Agenda

  • TIGER introduction & overview:  Teo van der Kammen, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, Technical Manager
  • Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult: Hyunjoo Lee, Knowledge lead – Drive Trains
    Title: Pitch system health monitoring with machine learning algorithm for offshore wind turbines.
    Insight into the working being carried by OREC on pitch system health monitoring with machine learning and discussion on how tidal technology developers can take lessons from wind to accelerate their development.
  • SIMEC Atlantis Energy | Meygen Ltd: Fraser Johnson, O&M Manager
    Title: Meygen insight tidal stream condition monitoring
    The MeyGen tidal array is currently the world’s largest, operating four 1.5MW horizontal axis turbines suppled by Atlantis Operations and Andritz Hydro Hammerfest. To date the array has generated over 33.5GWh and clocked up over 81500 operating hours. The presentation will address some of the early challenges of operating a 1st of class machine and highlight opportunities for supply chain involvement.
  • Hydroquest: Mickael Tournabien, Electrical Engineer
    Title: Hydroquest tidal turbines – Reliability from design
    The first 1MW Hydroquest tidal turbine was installed in Paimpol-Bréhat in Spring 2019. The future new generation of turbines was improved thanks to learnings from the design and operation of this first device. The presentation will highlight learnings from this first project and reliability by design of the future generation. Hydroquest will invite suppliers to engage discussions regarding supply chain involvement.
  • Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult: Stephen Robertson, Head of Business Development
    Title: Overview of ORE Catapult test facilities for tidal stream technology developers and supply chain
    OREC will provide an overview of the suite of test facilities available to both technology developers and their supply chain to support the development and testing of future systems and technologies. TIGER will facilitate the use of these facilities in conjunction with its project partners.
  • Q&A session