Structural Health and Prognostics Management for Offshore Wind Plants; Final Report of Sandia R&D Activities.

@inproceedings{Griffith2015StructuralHA,
  title={Structural Health and Prognostics Management for Offshore Wind Plants; Final Report of Sandia R&D Activities.},
  author={Daniel Todd Griffith},
  year={2015}
}
This final report is a compilation of research efforts – funded by the US Department of Energy Wind and Water Power Technologies Office over a four-year period from FY11 through FY14. The goals of this research program were to develop and evaluate technical innovations with promise for maximizing revenues and reducing levelized cost of energy (LCOE) for offshore wind plants – more specifically the goals of the Structural Health and Prognostics Management (SHPM) program were to reduce O&M costs… CONTINUE READING

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