Presentations from Winterwind 2019

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The proceedings, available at the time of the conference: http://windren.se/WW2019/.   The list will be updated with newer versions.

If any questions contact Göran: abstracts@winterwind.se

Presentations from Winterwind 2019

  • Joint efforts towards a fossil free future. Daniel Gustafsson, Vattenfall.
  • Why we do all the things we do. Karin Bodin, Polarbröd.
  • Open Innovation Contest. Led by Tanja Tränkle.
  • IEA Wind Task 19: International Recommendations for Ice Fall and Ice Throw Risk Assessments. Andreas Krenn, Energiewerkstatt e.V.
  • Importance sampling for ice throw in QBlade. Matthew Lennie, Technishe Universitat Berlin.
  • Uncertainties and choices in ice risk assessments - How to get the results you want. Markus Drapalik, Institute of Safety and Risk Research, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna.
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in cold climate and wind energy applications. Richard Hann, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway.
  • Using 1Hz data to monitor turbine integrity. Carla Ribeiro, DNV GL.
  • Proof of concept of a tower based blade icing detection system for low to moderate icing sites. Pieter Jan Jordaens, OWI-Lab.
  • Forecasting of atmospheric icing – validation and applications within wind energy. Leon Lee, Kjeller Vindteknikk.
  • Numerical Weather Prediction of Supercooled Low Stratus Clouds over Heterogeneous Surfaces using the MUSC One-Dimensional Model: First Results. Erik Janzon, Uppsala Universitet.
  • Improving short-term forecasting of turbine icing using machine learning. Till Beckford, DNV GL.
  • Probabilistic forecasting of wind power production losses due to icing. Esbjörn Olsson, SMHI.
  • A cross-comparison of the IceThrower database with 10 years of SCADA and meteorological forecast data - What can we learn? Rolv Bredesen, Kjeller Vindteknikk, NO.
  • R.Ice: Risk Analysis of Wind Turbine Icing. Alexander Stökl, Energiewerkstatt e.V.
  • State of the art risk reduction of wind power facilities. Daniel Swart, Lloyd’s Register Consulting.
  • WICE 2.0 – The new generation of ice loss models. Stefan Söderberg, DNV GL.
  • Validation of pulsed Lidar as ice detector. Timo Karlsson, VTT.
  • Effective validation for time series icing modelling using operational SCADA data. Christian Jonsson, ABO Wind.
  • Cold climate test center in Sweden. Martin de Maré, RISE Research Institues of Sweden.
  • Blade based ice detection – knowledge base for efficient operation in cold climate conditions. Timo Klaas, Wölfel Wind Systems GmbH.
  • Presenting ice detector research results from wind turbine field tests and icing wind tunnel tests. Tatu Muukkonen, Labkotec Oy.
  • fos4X experience improving the performance of wind farms installed in cold climate. Christian Lindemann, fos4X GmbH.
  • Increased turbine efficiency during icing conditions by means of pre-emptive blade heating control. Michael Moser, Eologix sensor technolocy gmbh.
  • Is wind industry ready for disruptive solutions? Martins Ummers, Aerones, Latvia.
  • To heat or not to heat? Xavier VANWIJCK, XANT.
  • Case study; controlled environment in up-tower blade repairs. Ville Karkkolainen, Bladefence Oy.
  • Clear air in cold climates: performance of continuous-wave ground-based lidar. Wulstan Nixon, ZX Lidars.
  • Nabralift Tower: Challenges of Icing Conditions in Open Tower Structures. Emilio Rodriguez Saiz, Nabrawind Technologies.
  • Technology retrofit and service approach for performance optimisation in cold climates. Graeme Wyse, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.
  • Nordex advanced Anti-Icing System for N149/4.0-4.5. Konrad Sachse, Nordex Energy GmbH.
  • ENERCONs strategies for minimizing and assessing icing losses. Julian Schödler, ENERCON.
  • Vestas Cold Climate Solutions. Brian Daugbjerg Nielsen.
  • How efficient is your blade heating? André Bégin-Drolet, Canada.
  • Performance benchmark analysis of four Ice prevention system. Timo Karlsson, VTT.
  • Benchmark of four Blade-based Ice Detection Systems. Paul Froidevaux, Meteotest AG.
  • Wind turbine rotor icing detectors performance evaluation. Charles Godreau, Nergica.
  • Construction of wind farms in cold climates areas – Owner’s Engineer experiences. Joachim Binotsch, Ramboll.
  • A new approach for the assessment of ice induced power losses. Patrice Roberge, Jean Lemay, Jean Ruel, André Bégin-Drolet Université Laval Québec.
  • Icing alleviation for wind turbines with no ice-protected blades. Masafumi Yamazaki, Kanagawa Institute of Technology.
  • Validation of Droplet Size in the VTT Icing Wind Tunnel Test Section. Tuomas Jokela, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.
  • Siemens Gamesa test case: extreme cold start-up validation of a wind turbine gearbox by the use of a large climatic test chamber. Pieter Jan Jordaens, OWI-Lab.
  • Industrial research on the design of wind turbines for icing conditions. Inken Knop, Technische Universität Braunschweig.
  • EFAFLU test case: cold start-up validation of transformer pumps by the use of a large climatic test chamber. Daniele Brandolisio, OWI-Lab.
  • IEA Wind Task 19 – key results from 2016-2018 and future plans 2019-2021. Ville Lehtomäki, KjellerVindteknikk.
  • Clear air in cold climates: performance of continuous-wave groundbased lidar. Wulstan Nixon, ZX Lidars.
  • Wind-Farm-Scale blockage in stable regime. Stefan Söderberg, DNV, GL.
  • Verification of numerical weather model predictions and wind turbine production-loss due to ice using ceilometer measurements. Niklas Sondell, Modern Energy.
  • Icing Predictions for the Canadian Wind Energy Industry. Simon-Philippe Breton, Environnement et Changement Climatique Canada (ECCC).
  • Nabralift Tower: Challenges of Icing Conditions in Open Tower Structures. Emilio Rodriguez Saiz, Nabrawind Technologies.
  • On the formation of an icing atlas in Austria. Heimo Truhetz, Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change (WEGC), University of Graz, Austria.
  • A new approach for the assessment of ice induced power losses. Patrice Roberge, Université Laval.
  • The effect of atmospheric aerosol particles on cloud icing rate. Antti Ruuskanen, Finnish Meteorological Institute.
  • Blade based ice detection – knowledge base for efficient operation in cold climate conditions. Timo Klaas, Wölfel Wind Systems GmbH.
  • Presenting ice detector research results from wind turbine field tests and icing wind tunnel tests. Tatu Muukkonen, Labkotec Oy.
  • Case study; controlled environment in uptower blade repairs. Ville Karkkolainen, Bladefence Oy.
  • To heat or not to heat? Xavier VANWIJCK, XANT.
  • Increased turbine efficiency during icing conditions by means of preemptive blade heating control. Michael Moser, Eologix sensor technolocy gmbh.
  • Is wind industry ready for disruptive solutions? Martins Ummers, Aerones.