Development and implementation of a digital twin for a wind turbine
This project is designed to develop and implement a digital twin for a wind turbine which will enable an overarching sharing of plant-specific information for various application scenarios.The twin provides various user groups with a virtual wind turbine which is capable of mapping the current status of the physical installation and producing information of specific relevance.
The project is being implemented by Axtrion GmbH & Co. KG together with its partners the Bremen Center for Mechatronics (BCM) of Bremen University and the Institute for Integrated Product Development of Bremen University.
This forms the basis for the integration of a comprehensive configuration management approach, and particularly of an optimal operating strategy, which not only can guarantee a maximum energy yield, but also can respond to current grid requirements or can enable parts of the equipment which may be in need of repair to be controlled in a way that minimises stress with a view to predictive maintenance.
The project is financed with funding from the European Union and the State of Bremen – by the Senator for Climate Change Mitigation, Environment, Mobility, Urban Development and Housing Construction under the Applied Environmental Research funding programme.
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