The DOCC-OFF project aims to demonstrate the impact of new advanced sensing and remote monitoring technologies for critical subsystems in offshore wind turbines. As part of the shared R&D project a remote monitoring approach has been developed by partners Hine and XABET for an hydraulic pitch system of a wind turbine.
During this workshop the DOCC-OFF project partners will share the development approach which consist of a digital twin of the hydraulic system and give insights in the results of the laboratory validation tests. Also a demonstration of the platform developed within the project will be showcased.
Along with other (industrial) guest speakers active in the offshore wind sector, or active in the development of digital twin technologies for asset management the latest insights and trends will be shared during this workshop.
- Thursday 14th October, 9-13h
- Online or Faculty Club, Leuven
- Free of charge but registration is required
- Welcome and setting the scene presentation – digital twin developments in (offshore) wind (Pieter Jan Jordaens – Sirris/OWI-Lab)
- Introduction DOCC-OFF project – Jose Ignacio Hormaeche (Director General Basque Energy Cluster)
- Project results DOCC-OFF
- Hydraulic pitch systems for offshore wind and FMECA (Hine)
- Development & demonstration of platform (Xabet)
- Validation testing (Sirris/OWI-Lab)
- Digital Twin developments for offshore foundations (Moritz Werther Häckell – Ramboll)
- ORE Catapult digital twin developments and cases based on the Levenmouth Demonstration Turbine (Ampea Boateng - Senior Research Engineer, Intelligence Condition Monitoring ORE Catapult)
- Digital Twin use for wind turbine components explained (Wim Hendricx - Simcenter Engineering Services - Business Developer Energy Sector, Siemens Industries)