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Two Days Online Workshop on Structural & Thermal Analysis of Wind Energy Systems using ANSYS
November 26 - November 27
About the Workshop
Modern wind turbines are used to convert the kinetic energy from the wind into mechanical power by rotating propeller-like blades around a rotor. The rotor turns the drive shaft. The driving shaft coupled or connected to a generator can convert this mechanical power into electricity. Engineering Community is moving from conventional strength and stiffness-based design process to modern computational techniques-based design evaluation, validation to ensure the strength, durability, reliability and safety before the component or system is used in service and also predictive modeling to ensure lower in-service failure. Advanced simulation techniques are helping engineers associated with design, engineering, operations, inspection, maintenance, residual life assessment & extension, forensic studies in performing design evaluation and predictive modeling of safety critical component and systems.
This workshop aims to give a hands-on experience to the engineers working in wind energy or wind power industries involved in structural and thermal analysis of WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS based on the stress evaluation approach using ANSYS – Multiphysics simulation software
Two-day workshop will cover structural & thermal analysis on the selected components of wind energy systems. Also, problems associated with
structural, thermal, cracks, failures in components including composites will be discussed during the workshop.
Who should Attend?
Engineers / Researchers / Designers working in the area of
– Wind System Design, Evaluation
– Wind Component Design, Certification Evaluation
– Wind System Component Suppliers
– Wind Energy System Inspection, Maintenance, Repair
– System Integrators
– Engineers Involved in Testing & Certification
Typical Components focussed during the workshop for analysis
– Drive Train
– Yaw System
– Braking Systems
– Transportation Modeling
– Construction Modeling