Stability

'Cause every kilowatt hour counts

„What is the optimal location for my plant?“

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„Can I expand my wind farm by adding more turbines?“

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„Is it worthwhile to continue operating my old plants?“

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With modern engineering, we have already optimized the operation
of wind turbines in many projects:

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Wind conditions

In the early stages of project planning
the design of wind farm layouts and the preparation
of expert reports are complex and time-consuming.
Our aim is to minimise waiting times and at the same
time ensure the highest level of attention to detail.

„What is the optimal location for my plant?“

In the early phases of project planning, it is important to be able to make decisions quickly and flexibly. Often, quick statements on wind, energy yield or site-related losses are required – the preparation of a detailed expert opinion can take considerable time.

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The planning of the wind farm layout is also a flowing process that goes through many iterations until the layout is finally defined. We see ourselves as consultants for our customers at this point. Through a pragmatic and efficient approach, we are able to react flexibly to enquiries and provide quick answers without having to prepare complete expert reports.

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Wind yield, generated by P. E. Concepts GmbH (exported WindPRO 3.4.415)

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Matthias Saathoff

Load Simulation &
Lifetime Extension

+49 (0) 421 24 406 606

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Load calculation

When planning new wind turbines, situations often
arise in which new or existing turbines exceed certain
design values, e.g. turbulence intensities.

„Can I expand my wind farm by adding more turbines?“

Due to ever smaller rotor distances, the planning of new wind turbines often results in certain design values, e.g. turbulence intensities, being exceeded in existing turbines. Sectoral operating restrictions are a potential consequence, which in turn can lead to considerable yield losses. With decades of experience in the field of load calculations for wind turbines and modern simulation technology, we can check whether the stability of the affected turbines is at risk. Often, measures to protect the affected turbines can be avoided without endangering their stability.

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We accompany our clients through the decision-making process and can provide a quick basis for decision-making by applying modern methods and industry-standard norms, or maximise the possible period of continued operation through more precise calculations.

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Matthias Saathoff

Load Simulation &
Lifetime Extension

+49 (0) 421 24 406 606

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Lifetime extension

After the end of the designed lifetime existing plants
are shut down, although there are still considerable
reserves are still available. We enable you to continue
operation.

„Is it worthwhile to continue operating my old plants?“

We examine how many years a plant can continue to be operated at its location (analytical part of the continued operation test). This enables our clients to decide whether continued operation is considered worthwhile. We also do this for the small purse.

If the plant is to continue operation, we work together with our strong partners in the field of inspection and service (accredited according to DIN EN ISO 17020 or comparable) to prepare all the necessary documents for the continued operation test for the building authority.

Steps to the goal:

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We accompany our clients through the decision-making process and
can provide a quick basis for decision-making by applying modern
methods and industry-standard norms or maximize the possible period
of continued operation by more precise calculations.

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Check in between the potential lifetime extension of your wind turbine. Based on our project experience, we have developed a model to forecast the results of the analytical assessment.