The offered wind turbine control unit is a new real time method with numerical modeling, process simulation, optimisation and forecast of wind energy measurements.
The wind turbine control unit is a front wind vector field measurement system for turbulence, wind speed and direction. It acts like a new kind (factor 100x in precision) of anemometries. The offered wind turbine control unit has an auto detection/correction system of yaw error misalignments included.
The offered solution can be combined with LIDAR (light detection and ranging), SODAR (Sound/Sonic Detecting And Ranging) and ultrasonics and other detection modules to optimize wind farms to get the best in benchmarking and to predict extreme short-term wind characteristics.
New real-time methods with numerical modeling, process simulation, optimization and prediction offer a wide range of applications for turbine manufacturers and operators. The wind turbine with the surroundings is considered as a whole simulation model in combination with integrated sensor systems e.g. on the rotor blade.
Prediction of icing, integrated ice detection, front wind vector field measurement and turbine control for all types of wind turbines are available.
SCADA diagnostics (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition)/ CMS (condition monitoring) with data security detects differences in yaw misalignment, pitch control and wake.
The wind turbine is capable to maximize power production and to minimize dynamic loads according to changes in the oncoming wind.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)-Driven Business
For operation and maintenance of wind farms the offered solution can be integrated in existing workflow processes to get a SCADA data driven workflow diagnostic Business Process Development system like a CMS system with predictive maintenance and to save operation and maintenance costs.
To tackle the problem of icing on rotor blades the company has developed a Neural Network Computing System (NNCS) with a University of Applied Sciences in Germany in the year 2009. The NNCS is able to predict icing on rotor blades in different surrounding areas.
Licensees, technical or research cooperation with wind turbine manufacturers and operators are sought.