Research and Development of the Wind Turbine Reliability

@article{Li2018ResearchAD,
  title={Research and Development of the Wind Turbine Reliability},
  author={Yao Li and Cai-chao Zhu and Chaosheng Song and Jianjun Tan},
  journal={International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={35}
}
With the rapid development of wind power industry, the wind turbine reliability has become a hotspot in wind power research. The failure modes and research progress of wind turbine reliability both at home and abroad were analyzed. The failure modes, failure causes and detection methods of some key components in the wind turbines were summarized. Also, the frequently used methods of reliability analysis and research status of wind turbine reliability were analyzed. Following this, research… 

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