Fundamentals for remote structural health monitoring of wind turbine blades - a preproject. Annex B. Sensors and non-destructive testing methods for damage detection in wind turbine blades

@inproceedings{Srensen2002FundamentalsFR,
  title={Fundamentals for remote structural health monitoring of wind turbine blades - a preproject. Annex B. Sensors and non-destructive testing methods for damage detection in wind turbine blades},
  author={B F S{\o}rensen and Lars Lading and Peter Sendrup and Malcolm McGugan and Christian P. Debel and O.J.D. Kristensen and Gunner Chr. Larsen and Anders Melchior Hansen and J{\o}rgen Rheinl{\"a}nder and J. Rusborg and J{\o}rgen Dahl Vestergaard},
  year={2002}
}
This summary-report describes the results of a pre-project that has the aim of establishing the basic technical knowledge to evaluate whether remote surveillance of the rotor blades of large off-shore wind turbines has technical and economical potential. A cost-benefit analysis was developed, showing that it is economically attractive to use sensors embedded in the blade. Specific technical requirements were defined for the sensors capability to detect the most important damage types in wind… CONTINUE READING

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