Structural health monitoring for a wind turbine system : a review of damage detection methods

@inproceedings{Ciang2008StructuralHM,
  title={Structural health monitoring for a wind turbine system : a review of damage detection methods},
  author={Chia Chen Ciang and Jung-Ryul Lee and Hyung-joon Bang},
  year={2008}
}
Renewable energy sources have gained much attention due to the recent energy crisis and the urge to get clean energy. Among the main options being studied, wind energy is a strong contender because of its reliability due to the maturity of the technology, good infrastructure and relative cost competitiveness. In order to harvest wind energy more efficiently, the size of wind turbines has become physically larger, making maintenance and repair works difficult. In order to improve safety… CONTINUE READING

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