On the economic benefits of using Condition Monitoring Systems for maintenance management of wind power systems

@article{Besnard2010OnTE,
  title={On the economic benefits of using Condition Monitoring Systems for maintenance management of wind power systems},
  author={Francois Besnard and Julia Nilsson and Lina Bertling},
  journal={2010 IEEE 11th International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems},
  year={2010},
  pages={160-165}
}
The large growth in the wind power industry in the past years mainly focuses on a growing market and the development of large turbines and offshore farms. The high technical availability of wind turbines comes with a high need for frequent maintenance. Current maintenance planning is generally not optimized, and it is possible to make maintenance more efficient. Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS) are commonly used in other industries and can reduce the consequential damage at failure and… CONTINUE READING

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