Ce diaporama a bien été signalé.
Nous utilisons votre profil LinkedIn et vos données d’activité pour vous proposer des publicités personnalisées et pertinentes. Vous pouvez changer vos préférences de publicités à tout moment.
Program
• 14:00 Introduction Tweed and Edora
• 14:30 Rotor blade inspection and repair: not costing but
saving money, ... ...
T ECH NIF UT UR®
A t o o l C O N T R I B U T I N G
T O T H E l o c a l d e v e l o p m e n t
..
.
'
..--
"·M
TECHNIFUTUR "
C l N Jl tE Of C OMr t Tf.NC.lS
M A I N A C T I V I T I E S
I N D U ST RY
AS S E M B LY
I C T & I M A G E
H U M A N D E V E L O P M E N T
I N 1 4 A R E A S
o f E X P E R T I S E
ACTIV
E
C O M P E T E N C E C E N T E R
A V I A T I O N
A S S E M B L Y
M A C H I N I N G
M I C R O - T E C H N O L O G Y
E N E R G Y A N D
E N V I R O N M E N T
...
O U R P U B L I C
J O B S E E K E R S
W O R K E R S
T E A C H E R S A N D
S T U D E N T S
K I D S
16,000T R AI N E D
PEOPLE
A Y EAR
T R A I N E D P E O P L E
J O I N U S
V I S I T U S :
THANK YOU
F O R Y OU R
ATTENTI ON
The wind energy sector
By Fawaz Al Bitar 22nd of June 2017
Chapter1
The wind energy in EU
2nd largest form of power capacity in the EU
The wind energy in EU
Cumulative power capacity in the EU (2005-2016)
Edora -...
51% of the new power capacity = from wind
The wind energy in EU
In the EU, 2016
• 12.5 GW of new wind capacity
• Almost 30...
Net electricity installations from 2000 to 2016
The wind energy in EU
Wind energy sector:
more new installations
than any ...
Wind penetration rates in EU countries
The wind energy in EU
Belgium : 5,8%
Edora - Transition vers une nouvelle ère énerg...
Chapter2
The wind energy
in Belgium
Belgian wind energy sector growth
The wind energy in Belgium
Evolution of the Belgian
wind energy installed
capacity (MW)
...
Projects in development in Wallonia
The wind energy in Belgium
Comparison of installed
and planned capacities
(MW)
• Promi...
Where are the wind turbines located in Wallonia?
The wind energy in Belgium
Important level of (military) constraints
The wind energy in Belgium
Expected future development in Wallonia
The wind energy in Belgium
Expected future installations
(MW) according to politic...
Challenges of the Belgian energy transition
Conclusions
The wind energy sector in Europe and in Belgium
• To ensure the se...
Cluster Technology of
Wallonia Energy, Environment
and sustainable Development
1
TWEED Cluster
Sustainable Energy Cluster
...
WHAT ARE WE DOING ?
2
Our first mission is to pave the way for the setting up of
high quality and industrial-size projects...
WHAT ARE WE DOING ?
3
• Networking between industrial or commercial companies and others
actors of sustainable energy sect...
4
International Promotion
What we’ve done for Wind - examples !
www.ReWallonia.be
Find the technological players of the renewable energy sector in
Wallonia and Brussels.
In total, ReWall...
6
NEW PORTAL REWALLONIA!
Cluster Technology of
Wallonia Energy, Environment
and sustainable Development
7
Focus
WIND ENERGY
Industry
Worldwide 1 of 4 wind turbines
> 2,5 MW contains Belgium Technology
Did you know?
WIND ENERGY
Belgian
Expertise inside
11 ...
WIND ENERGY
9
Credits: Alstom,
Belwind & C-Power
Belgian
Expertise inside
Did you know?
One of the leading market for
offs...
10
Focus Offshore
Wind
Industry
11
Formatio
n &
training
• FOREM
• Technif
utur
• Technof
utur
• ULg,
UCL,
ULB, …
Studies &
Analysis
• ATM-Pro
• 3E
• Samt...
Value Chain in Belgium - Examples
Wind
Industry
Innovation – Example
Wind
Industry
Innovation – Example
Wind
Industry
Cluster Technology of
Wallonia Energy, Environment
and sustainable Development
TWEED Asbl
Rue Natalis 2 – 4020 Liège – Bel...
COMPOSITES TECHNOLOGY
Rotor Blade Inspection & Repair
Thursday, June 22nd 2017
Partners
UNIVERSITY OF
APPLIED SCIENCES
version 1.0-2017
3
Portfolio Composites Technology
version 1.0-2017
4
Special project de SV14
version 1.0-2017
5
Outlook 2035
version 1.0-2017
6
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040
Percent ...
2050 – An Energetic Odyssey
version 1.0-2017
7 Source: H+N+S Landscape architects | NORTH SEAS ENERGY FORUM BRUSSELS, 23 M...
How does a wind turbine work?
version 1.0-2017
8
Aerodynamics
Forces acting on the rotor:
• Torsion
𝑃 = 𝑄 × 𝑛
Where P= pow...
How does a blade work?
• Complex forces
acting on a blade
• F is the usefull
component
• The tip does the
work
version 1.0...
How does a blade get damaged?
Lightning strikes
version 1.0-2017
10
How does a blade get damaged?
Bonded joint failure
version 1.0-2017
11
How does a blade get damaged?
Erosion
version 1.0-2017
12
How to Profit from neglected Rotor Blade?
Power output = income
Loss of Efficiency = less output
A cause of loss = bad con...
How much efficiency do I lose?
Sandia National Laboratories:
2.5% @ nominal
>5% @ low wind speed
source:
University of Ill...
What does this mean?
Example
3 MW Turbine
No subsidy =0,07 €/kWh
2.200 full load hours
---------------------------------
N...
QA - PDCA
version 1.0-2017
16
Production
(New minimum)
Damage
(Loss of Power)
Inspection
Repair
(Loss of money)
QA - PDCA
version 1.0-2017
17
Production
(New minimum)
Damage
(Loss of Power)
Inspection
Repair
(Loss of money)
Knowledge1
QA - PDCA
version 1.0-2017
18
Knowledge
Experience
1
2
Production
(New minimum)
Damage
(Loss of Power)
Inspection
Repair
(...
Production
(New minimum)
Damage
(Loss of Power)
Inspection
Repair
(Loss of money)
QA - PDCA
version 1.0-2017
19
Knowledge
...
Rotor Blade Technician Training
version 1.0-2017
20
Why do you need a rotor blade technician:
• Theory knowledge
• Practic...
Rotor Blade Technician Training
version 1.0-2017
21
• Example 2 Structural repair of a lightning strike
Rotor Blade Technician Training
version 1.0-2017
22
Rotor Blade Repair Audit
version 1.0-2017
23
Rotor Blade Inspection
Rotor Blade Repair
Rotor Blade Repair audit
MISSION ST...
Rotor Blade Repair Audit
version 1.0-2017
24
Rotor Blade Inspection
Rotor Blade Repair
Rotor Blade Repair audit
2 days the...
Rotor Blade Repair Audit
version 1.0-2017
25
Rotor Blade Inspection
Rotor Blade Repair
Rotor Blade Repair audit
2 days the...
Rotor Blade Repair Audit
version 1.0-2017
26
Rotor Blade Inspection
Rotor Blade Repair
Rotor Blade Repair audit
Two days t...
Rotor Blade Repair Audit
version 1.0-2017
27
Business Development
Assist in the establishment and training of your
Rotor B...
• Setting up Rotor Blade training centers in Benelux
• Periodic repetition rotor blade repair training
– Digital and dista...
Condition-based maintenance and inspection:
key topic to ensure availability of your turbines
AGENDA
• Wind turbines inspection’s : are they really important ?
– What is the purpose of these ?
• Main purpose
• Warran...
AGENDA
• Wind turbines inspection’s : are they really important ?
– What is the purpose of these ?
• Main purpose
• Warran...
What is the purpose of inspections ?
• Main purpose :
In view of high investment and operational costs, economical operati...
What is the purpose of inspections ?
• Whatever the maintenance/warranty contract :
Attempting to get the truth on the ass...
Which intervals ?
Which intervals ?
• End of warranty inspection’s :
– Suggested process :
1. Confirm the date on which the warranty expires...
Which intervals ?
• End of warranty inspection’s :
– Suggested process :
6. Schedule a meeting with the OEM and share the ...
Which intervals ?
• Troubleshooting:
– Right technology for the right issue :
Measure the real state of the component to ...
Which intervals ?
• Periodic inspection’s :
The Expert consulting committee of the German Wind Energy association guidelin...
What is the scope of the inspection?
• Sub-divide the project into separate disciplines :
– Rotor blades
– Drive train
– G...
What is the scope of the inspection?
• Basic/safety skills and requirements:
– Recognized working at heights certified tra...
What is the scope of the inspection?
• Specialist skills/norm/tools
What is the scope of the inspection?
• Deep inspection for critical components
– Standard scope : Focus on major component...
What is the scope of the inspection?
• Deep inspection for critical components
– Modular scope : Failure mode and effect a...
AGENDA
• Wind turbines inspection’s : are they really important ?
– What is the purpose of these ?
• Main purpose
• Warran...
Achieve availability targets through vibration online
monitoring
Context :
We have listed all costs in links with :
• A ma...
What are the benefit to predict failure on a main bearing by a CMS ?
Without CMS :
Unplanned
Planned maintenance
thanks to...
Achieve availability targets through online
monitoring
What are the benefit to predict a MAJOR failure on a wind turbine g...
Achieve availability targets through online
monitoring
What are the benefit to predict a MINOR failure on a wind turbine g...
Achieve availability targets through online
monitoring
What are the benefit to predict a MINOR failure on a wind turbine g...
Achieve availability targets through online
monitoring
What are the benefit to predict a MINOR failure on a wind turbine g...
Achieve availability targets through online
monitoring
Maintenance coste for the first 10 years of maintenance contract (5...
Typical paint-points of the customer :
Cost Benefit Analysis on a wind farm (5 wtg’s 1.5Mw) during the 10
first years of m...
Achieve availability targets through online
monitoring
Vibration online monitoring : Wind energy application :
• Multi syn...
AGENDA
• Wind turbines inspection’s : are they really important ?
– What is the purpose of these ?
• Main purpose
• Warran...
Achieve availability targets through
planning and scheduling by CMMS
CMMS implementation : SCOPE on 61 E70 Enercon WTG (It...
http://www.windconditionmonitoring.eu
Thanks for your attention
The Industry Standard for
Training Excellencein Wind Energy
Ron van Helvoirt
BZEE RepresentativeBENELUX
June 2017, Liège
BZEE Structure
• Established in 2000 in Germany by leading companies in the wind industry
• Lobby group with the aim of cl...
Why was BZEE established?
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
• Growing wind industry in Germany/Europe
• Lack of qualifie...
World’s leading qualification standard:
Approx. 3,500 wind turbine technicians & 18,000 certificates
© BZEE Academy GmbH
A...
BZEE Academy
• Provide the wind industry with the best trained
professionals
• Reliable industry partner
• Important contr...
BZEE association –
by the industry for the industry
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
Advisory board members:
• Nordex
•...
BZEE International Technical Committee (ITC)
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
7
BZEE Licensed Network Partners
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
8
The BZEE Standard
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
• Global industry standard (defined by advisory board & ITC)
• Real ...
The BZEE Standard
Service Technician for Wind Turbines
• 6 month training program
• More than 40 modules
• 6-week internsh...
The BZEE Standard
Student entry requirements
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
• pre-qualification: electrical/mechanica...
Neutral surveillance of BZEE Quality as
prerequisite for broad acknowledgement
BZEE Standard
ISO
29990
BZEE
Curricula
Nati...
Adaption of learning outcomes to
international learning environments
National Education
System & Legislation
CountryA Coun...
The BZEE Standard
certification requirements
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
Train-the-trainer course:
• electrics tea...
The BZEE Standard:
more than 80 modules covering the following job descriptions
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
• Serv...
The BZEE Standard
Working with Real Components
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
BZEE Wind hub concept
Rotorblade repair
Rescue from height basics
Hub rescue
Confined spaces
Components maintenance
WTG As...
Summary & Benefits
The BZEE Membership
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
A full-service package for LSPs worldwide:
Ackn...
Summary & Benefits of the
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
BZEE Membership
Equipment & Consulting
• Access to training ...
Modulair Trainingsprogramma
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
20
Portfolio
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
21
Thank you for your attention
© BZEE Academy GmbH
Aligned Partner
For more information please contact:
Ron van Helvoirt
ron...
Séminaire: Wind energy | Technifutur - 22 juin 2017
Séminaire: Wind energy | Technifutur - 22 juin 2017
Prochain SlideShare
Chargement dans…5
×

Séminaire: Wind energy | Technifutur - 22 juin 2017

171 vues

Publié le

de faire le point sur les technologies/tendances qui permettent d'améliorer la fiabilité des éoliennes avec un focus sur la maintenance des pâles éoliennes. Seront présentées des Ce Innovations au niveau de la maintenance prédictive, des matériaux composites ou encore du rôle important de la formation (inspection et réparation de pâles).

Publié dans : Environnement
  • Soyez le premier à commenter

  • Soyez le premier à aimer ceci

Séminaire: Wind energy | Technifutur - 22 juin 2017

  1. 1. Program • 14:00 Introduction Tweed and Edora • 14:30 Rotor blade inspection and repair: not costing but saving money, ... and we teach you how • 15:15 Break • 15:45 Condition-based maintenance and inspection: key topic to ensure availability of your turbines • 16:15 BZEE Academy GmbH: Ready for your lesson? Train the Trainer Wind Turbine Technician and certification • 16:30 Presentation of the training courses that we can offer • 17:00 Drink
  2. 2. T ECH NIF UT UR® A t o o l C O N T R I B U T I N G T O T H E l o c a l d e v e l o p m e n t
  3. 3. .. . ' ..-- "·M TECHNIFUTUR " C l N Jl tE Of C OMr t Tf.NC.lS
  4. 4. M A I N A C T I V I T I E S I N D U ST RY AS S E M B LY I C T & I M A G E H U M A N D E V E L O P M E N T
  5. 5. I N 1 4 A R E A S o f E X P E R T I S E ACTIV E C O M P E T E N C E C E N T E R
  6. 6. A V I A T I O N A S S E M B L Y M A C H I N I N G M I C R O - T E C H N O L O G Y E N E R G Y A N D E N V I R O N M E N T A U T O M A T I O N C A D C A M E L E C T R I C I T Y A N D P N E U M A T I C S M A T E R I A L S A N D S U R F A C E S M A I N T E N A N C E M A N A G E M E N T I C T I M A G E E T M U LT I M E D I A I N S P E C T I O N A N D M E A S U R E M E N T
  7. 7. O U R P U B L I C J O B S E E K E R S W O R K E R S T E A C H E R S A N D S T U D E N T S K I D S
  8. 8. 16,000T R AI N E D PEOPLE A Y EAR
  9. 9. T R A I N E D P E O P L E
  10. 10. J O I N U S V I S I T U S :
  11. 11. THANK YOU F O R Y OU R ATTENTI ON
  12. 12. The wind energy sector By Fawaz Al Bitar 22nd of June 2017
  13. 13. Chapter1 The wind energy in EU
  14. 14. 2nd largest form of power capacity in the EU The wind energy in EU Cumulative power capacity in the EU (2005-2016) Edora - Transition vers une nouvelle ère énergétique
  15. 15. 51% of the new power capacity = from wind The wind energy in EU In the EU, 2016 • 12.5 GW of new wind capacity • Almost 300 TWh from wind = 10.4% of the EU’s electricity demand • €27.5 billion invested • 300,000 jobs in the sector • €72 billion in annual turnover • 40% of all wind turbines sold globally Edora - Transition vers une nouvelle ère énergétique
  16. 16. Net electricity installations from 2000 to 2016 The wind energy in EU Wind energy sector: more new installations than any other technology during the last 16 years Edora - Transition vers une nouvelle ère énergétique
  17. 17. Wind penetration rates in EU countries The wind energy in EU Belgium : 5,8% Edora - Transition vers une nouvelle ère énergétique
  18. 18. Chapter2 The wind energy in Belgium
  19. 19. Belgian wind energy sector growth The wind energy in Belgium Evolution of the Belgian wind energy installed capacity (MW) • ~ 940 wind turbines (2.39 GW) able to cover the annual power consumption of ~ 1.5 million households
  20. 20. Projects in development in Wallonia The wind energy in Belgium Comparison of installed and planned capacities (MW) • Promising future development • Legal security is a major challenge even if more than 80% of the population is in favor of wind energy 750 1103 304 392 Installations Projects in the pipeline Authorized projects Projects in appeal procedures
  21. 21. Where are the wind turbines located in Wallonia? The wind energy in Belgium
  22. 22. Important level of (military) constraints The wind energy in Belgium
  23. 23. Expected future development in Wallonia The wind energy in Belgium Expected future installations (MW) according to political commitments 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 • The Walloon government has committed to meet ambitious targets (about 15% of electricity consumption from wind energy in 2030)
  24. 24. Challenges of the Belgian energy transition Conclusions The wind energy sector in Europe and in Belgium • To ensure the security of supply even after the nuclear phase- out planned for 2025 • To maximise the energy efficiency • To find the good balance in the future renewable energy mix • To reach a more flexible energy system • To promote the demand side response • To maximise the social welfare while optimizing the answer to energy,socio-economic and environmentchallenges
  25. 25. Cluster Technology of Wallonia Energy, Environment and sustainable Development 1 TWEED Cluster Sustainable Energy Cluster Focus: Wind Energy Industry
  26. 26. WHAT ARE WE DOING ? 2 Our first mission is to pave the way for the setting up of high quality and industrial-size projects in the fields of production and exploitation of sustainable energy.
  27. 27. WHAT ARE WE DOING ? 3 • Networking between industrial or commercial companies and others actors of sustainable energy sectors. • Reactive and proactive approaches in order to stimulate new projects. • Set-up technical support and management of projects. • Promote networking by organizing specific events, general meetings, workshops, bilateral meetings, face-to-face meetings, visits to companies,... • Carrying out industry, technical, market and economic studies on sustainable energy sector. • Participation in European projects • Local and international promotion of members. • Develop synergies with other actors of sustainable energy sectors (clusters,...).
  28. 28. 4 International Promotion What we’ve done for Wind - examples !
  29. 29. www.ReWallonia.be Find the technological players of the renewable energy sector in Wallonia and Brussels. In total, ReWallonia represent more than 350 organizations. Thanks to a structured navigation and a search engine, it is very easy to identify and contact an organization. 5 International Promotion What we’ve done for Wind - examples !
  30. 30. 6 NEW PORTAL REWALLONIA!
  31. 31. Cluster Technology of Wallonia Energy, Environment and sustainable Development 7 Focus WIND ENERGY Industry
  32. 32. Worldwide 1 of 4 wind turbines > 2,5 MW contains Belgium Technology Did you know? WIND ENERGY Belgian Expertise inside 11 x 6,5 MW
  33. 33. WIND ENERGY 9 Credits: Alstom, Belwind & C-Power Belgian Expertise inside Did you know? One of the leading market for offshore wind
  34. 34. 10 Focus Offshore Wind Industry
  35. 35. 11 Formatio n & training • FOREM • Technif utur • Technof utur • ULg, UCL, ULB, … Studies & Analysis • ATM-Pro • 3E • Samtech • Cenaero • Arcadis • … Finance & insurance • SRIW • … Construction of components • Arcelor • Armacell • 3B Fiberglass • … Road work, foundation, site preperation ,… • Arcadis • Lambert Frères • Nonet • … Transport • Dufour • Faymon ville • … Assembly • Dufour • CMI • Lepage Frères • Cegelec • …. Network & grid connection • Cegelec • Nexans • Suez Energy • Hydrogaz • Eiffage • … O&M • CMI • Maintenan ce Partners • ... Focus Onshore in Wallonia Wind Industry
  36. 36. Value Chain in Belgium - Examples Wind Industry
  37. 37. Innovation – Example Wind Industry
  38. 38. Innovation – Example Wind Industry
  39. 39. Cluster Technology of Wallonia Energy, Environment and sustainable Development TWEED Asbl Rue Natalis 2 – 4020 Liège – Belgium Bricout Paul Project engineer pbricout@clustertweed.be Olivier Ulrici Project engineer oulrici@clustertweed.be Cédric Brüll Director cbrull@clustertweed.be www.clustertweed.be www.ReWallonia.be
  40. 40. COMPOSITES TECHNOLOGY Rotor Blade Inspection & Repair Thursday, June 22nd 2017
  41. 41. Partners UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES version 1.0-2017 3
  42. 42. Portfolio Composites Technology version 1.0-2017 4
  43. 43. Special project de SV14 version 1.0-2017 5
  44. 44. Outlook 2035 version 1.0-2017 6 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 Percent Sustainable Energy Netherlands to 2035 (similar Belgium)
  45. 45. 2050 – An Energetic Odyssey version 1.0-2017 7 Source: H+N+S Landscape architects | NORTH SEAS ENERGY FORUM BRUSSELS, 23 MARCH 2017 25,000 OFFSHORE WIND TURBINES (90% OF ELECTRICITY DEMAND)
  46. 46. How does a wind turbine work? version 1.0-2017 8 Aerodynamics Forces acting on the rotor: • Torsion 𝑃 = 𝑄 × 𝑛 Where P= power Q=torque n= rotation speed • Thrust:
  47. 47. How does a blade work? • Complex forces acting on a blade • F is the usefull component • The tip does the work version 1.0-2017 9
  48. 48. How does a blade get damaged? Lightning strikes version 1.0-2017 10
  49. 49. How does a blade get damaged? Bonded joint failure version 1.0-2017 11
  50. 50. How does a blade get damaged? Erosion version 1.0-2017 12
  51. 51. How to Profit from neglected Rotor Blade? Power output = income Loss of Efficiency = less output A cause of loss = bad condition Rotor Blade • Surface damage • Contamination • LE errosie version 1.0-2017 13
  52. 52. How much efficiency do I lose? Sandia National Laboratories: 2.5% @ nominal >5% @ low wind speed source: University of Illinois Applied Aerodynamic Group version 1.0-2017 14
  53. 53. What does this mean? Example 3 MW Turbine No subsidy =0,07 €/kWh 2.200 full load hours --------------------------------- Normal Yield: 462,000.-- €/year Expected loss after 5 years: 27,000.-- €/year 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 1,0% 3,5% 6,0% 8,5% 11,0% 13,5% 16,0% 18,5% €loss/year(x1000) % loss AEP loss version 1.0-2017 15
  54. 54. QA - PDCA version 1.0-2017 16 Production (New minimum) Damage (Loss of Power) Inspection Repair (Loss of money)
  55. 55. QA - PDCA version 1.0-2017 17 Production (New minimum) Damage (Loss of Power) Inspection Repair (Loss of money) Knowledge1
  56. 56. QA - PDCA version 1.0-2017 18 Knowledge Experience 1 2 Production (New minimum) Damage (Loss of Power) Inspection Repair (Loss of money)
  57. 57. Production (New minimum) Damage (Loss of Power) Inspection Repair (Loss of money) QA - PDCA version 1.0-2017 19 Knowledge Experience Quality Licensed partner BZEE 1 2 3
  58. 58. Rotor Blade Technician Training version 1.0-2017 20 Why do you need a rotor blade technician: • Theory knowledge • Practical knowledge
  59. 59. Rotor Blade Technician Training version 1.0-2017 21 • Example 2 Structural repair of a lightning strike
  60. 60. Rotor Blade Technician Training version 1.0-2017 22
  61. 61. Rotor Blade Repair Audit version 1.0-2017 23 Rotor Blade Inspection Rotor Blade Repair Rotor Blade Repair audit MISSION STATEMENT Knowledge + good inspection + maintenance plan = financial gains. And… we teach you how!
  62. 62. Rotor Blade Repair Audit version 1.0-2017 24 Rotor Blade Inspection Rotor Blade Repair Rotor Blade Repair audit 2 days theory training certified by BZEE Subject Content Duration Investment Basic Inspection Intro, Health and safety, Aerodynamics, Strength, Materials, Damages, Report 2 days 3) • Participation is only possible if the Rotor Blade Inspection is completed successfully followed with a valid certificate 1) • Price valid within 250 km of Leeuwarden 2) • Actuall price http://epomat.com
  63. 63. Rotor Blade Repair Audit version 1.0-2017 25 Rotor Blade Inspection Rotor Blade Repair Rotor Blade Repair audit 2 days theory training certified by BZEE 7 days workshop including 2 days of theory certified by BZEE Subject Content Duration Investment Basic Inspection Intro, Health and safety, Aerodynamics, Strength, Materials, Damages, Report 2 days 3) Repair Theory Rules and regulation, materials, production,specific equipment, health and safety 2 days Repair Workshop GRP, FRP, Polyester, Epoxy, Vacuum, infusion, Pre-preg demo, LE, Glues, Coatings 5 days 1), 3) • Participation is only possible if the Rotor Blade Inspection is completed successfully followed with a valid certificate 1) • Price valid within 250 km of Leeuwarden 2) • Actuall price http://epomat.com
  64. 64. Rotor Blade Repair Audit version 1.0-2017 26 Rotor Blade Inspection Rotor Blade Repair Rotor Blade Repair audit Two days theory training certified by BZEE 7 days workshop including 2 days of theory certified by BZEE Full independent audit including audit report with recommendations certified by epoMAT Subject Content Duration Investment Basic Inspection Intro, Health and safety, Aerodynamics, Strength, Materials, Damages, Report 2 days 3) Repair Theory Rules and regulation, materials, production,specific equipment, health and safety 2 days Repair Workshop GRP, FRP, Polyester, Epoxy, Vacuum, infusion, Pre-preg demo, LE, Glues, Coatings 5 days 1), 3) Field Repair Audit Full independent audit including audit report with recommendations 1 day 2), 3) • Participation is only possible if the Rotor Blade Inspection is completed successfully followed with a valid certificate 1) • Price valid within 250 km of Leeuwarden 2) • Actuall price http://epomat.com
  65. 65. Rotor Blade Repair Audit version 1.0-2017 27 Business Development Assist in the establishment and training of your Rotor Blade Division Business consulting in development of Rotor Blade department certified by epoMAT
  66. 66. • Setting up Rotor Blade training centers in Benelux • Periodic repetition rotor blade repair training – Digital and distance learning – Virtual Reality • Establish a label for small wind turbines (< 10 mtr.) • Establish our own online epoMAT academy. Outlook 2017 epoMAT version 1.0-2017 28
  67. 67. Condition-based maintenance and inspection: key topic to ensure availability of your turbines
  68. 68. AGENDA • Wind turbines inspection’s : are they really important ? – What is the purpose of these ? • Main purpose • Warranty contracts – Which intervals ? • EOW inspection’s • Troubleshooting • Periodical inspection – What is the scope of the inspection ? • Scope and Skills • Deep inspection on critical components • Achieve availability targets through online monitoring and planning/scheduling – CBA on Condition monitoring system – Example of planning and scheduling integration by CMMS implementation • Question’s
  69. 69. AGENDA • Wind turbines inspection’s : are they really important ? – What is the purpose of these ? • Main purpose • Warranty contracts – Which intervals ? • EOW inspection’s • Troubleshooting • Periodical inspection – What is the scope of the inspection ? • Scope and Skills • Deep inspection on critical components • Achieve availability targets through online monitoring and planning/scheduling – CBA on Condition monitoring system – Example of planning and scheduling integration by CMMS implementation • Question’s
  70. 70. What is the purpose of inspections ? • Main purpose : In view of high investment and operational costs, economical operation of turbines is absolutely necessary, which means that downtime must be minimized by : – Checking the quality and performance of the turbines – Determining the current technical status of the components – Detecting and describing initial damage – Helping to avoid secondary damaged to early detection And all the 20 year design-life long.
  71. 71. What is the purpose of inspections ? • Whatever the maintenance/warranty contract : Attempting to get the truth on the assets long term performance not only reduces : - the revenue made by the Turbine, but may also be - reducing the life time of the Turbine As the production of the Wind Turbines is dependent on a variable resource, Analysing/Optimizing/Ensuring the Turbine is being Managed/Maintained/Operated is highly recommended.
  72. 72. Which intervals ?
  73. 73. Which intervals ? • End of warranty inspection’s : – Suggested process : 1. Confirm the date on which the warranty expires (claim deadline) 2. Complete the tender/scope of inspection/selection 10-9 months before EOW period 3. Complete the inspections at least 3 months before EOW period 4. Estimate the cost of repair (parts, downtime, cranes) 5. Sort the list of findings and characterize (e.g. high, medium or low)
  74. 74. Which intervals ? • End of warranty inspection’s : – Suggested process : 6. Schedule a meeting with the OEM and share the list of findings 7. Work through each item by individual turbine with close action and dates. Finalise the meeting agreement and ask a formal notification of recognition 8. Items not agreed : share the inspection report. After discussion, the issue should close, if not, proceed to a formal claim 9. Submit a Formal claim and append the original list of Items and the EOW inspection reports
  75. 75. Which intervals ? • Troubleshooting: – Right technology for the right issue : Measure the real state of the component to take good decision Example : Metal particules on the gearbox filter detected by technician • Root cause analysis : – Method : Combine vibration/oil analysis/borescope inspection to ensure a complete diagnosis – Objectives : » Plan and schedule the maintenance in appropriate period » Limit the downtime and recurrent failure • Final observation : Poor oil quality and bearing fault on the oil pump • Corrective actions : flushing and replacing bearing pump • Preventive actions : Validate oil type with the OEM and oil sampling (2x/year)
  76. 76. Which intervals ? • Periodic inspection’s : The Expert consulting committee of the German Wind Energy association guidelines describes intervals has to comply with the installed capacity of turbines : Wind turbine less than 300 Kw Every 4 years Wind turbine from 300 to 1500 kW Every 2 years Wind turbine above 1500 kW Annually
  77. 77. What is the scope of the inspection? • Sub-divide the project into separate disciplines : – Rotor blades – Drive train – General inspection – Performance analysis – Safety checks – Critical assets • Options to performing – Self-performing – 3rd party specialist – Self-performing mixed with 3rd party specialist  Balancing cost over quality
  78. 78. What is the scope of the inspection? • Basic/safety skills and requirements: – Recognized working at heights certified training – Risk assessments and method statements – PPE – Electrical certificate – Operation/maintenance manual & experience
  79. 79. What is the scope of the inspection? • Specialist skills/norm/tools
  80. 80. What is the scope of the inspection? • Deep inspection for critical components – Standard scope : Focus on major component • Visual inspection on the full turbine (internal & external) • Spectral vibration analysis – Kinematic data’s – At least 8 channels synchronous analyzer – Alarm levels fixed following VDI 3834 norm – ISO VIB 2 certified specialist • Borescope inspection • Oil analysis (hydraulic unit, gearbox) • Laser coupling alignment • IR thermography • Optional : Grease analysis (Blade/main bearings) • Optional : electrical measurment Combined analysis = High quality diagnosis
  81. 81. What is the scope of the inspection? • Deep inspection for critical components – Modular scope : Failure mode and effect analysis • Type of the turbine (splitted component) • Event list/alarms • Failure rate and downtime • Severity x Occurrence x detection = Risk priority number Continuous improvement : Appropriate maintenance plan, Inventory optimization, adjustment of preventive and predictive maintenance tasks
  82. 82. AGENDA • Wind turbines inspection’s : are they really important ? – What is the purpose of these ? • Main purpose • Warranty contracts – Which intervals ? • EOW inspection’s • Troubleshooting • Periodical inspection – What is the scope of the inspection ? • Scope and Skills • Deep inspection on critical components • Achieve availability targets through online monitoring and planning/scheduling – CBA on Condition monitoring system – Example of planning and scheduling integration by CMMS implementation • Question’s
  83. 83. Achieve availability targets through vibration online monitoring Context : We have listed all costs in links with : • A major failure (crane mobilization) • A minor failure (maintenance in nacelle) for each mechanical component of the wind turbine. Each cost indicated refers to a real case study for a wind farm of 5 turbines of 1.5 MW after 10 years of operation.
  84. 84. What are the benefit to predict failure on a main bearing by a CMS ? Without CMS : Unplanned Planned maintenance thanks to CMS Main bearing Major Failure Spare parts € 25.000,00 € 25.000,00 Labor (5000 €/D) € 35.000,00 € 33.950,00 -3% discount Crane € 20.000,00 € 19.400,00 -3% discount Looses due to unplanned shutdown € 13.000,00 € - 13 Days to plan Totat cost € 93.000,00 € 78.350,00 Benefit on the scheduling € 14.650,00 Remark : No Minor failure regarding a main bearing replacement Achieve availability targets through online monitoring
  85. 85. Achieve availability targets through online monitoring What are the benefit to predict a MAJOR failure on a wind turbine gearbox by a CMS ? Without CMS : Unplanned Planned maintenance thanks to CMS Gearbox Major Failure Spare parts € 150.000,00 € 150.000,00 Labor (5000 €/D) € 50.000,00 € 48.500,00 -3% discount Crane € 20.000,00 € 19.400,00 -3% discount Looses due to unplanned shutdown € 13.000,00 € - 13 Days to plan Totat cost € 233.000,00 € 217.900,00 Benefit on the scheduling € 15.100,00
  86. 86. Achieve availability targets through online monitoring What are the benefit to predict a MINOR failure on a wind turbine gearbox by a CMS ? Without CMS : Unplanned Planned maintenance thanks to CMS Gearbox Minor failure Spare parts € 8.000,00 € 8.000,00 Labor (5000 €/D) € 6.000,00 € 5.820,00 -3% discount Crane € - € - -3% discount Looses due to unplanned shutdown € 4.000,00 € - 4 Days to plan Totat cost € 18.000,00 € 13.820,00 Benefit on the scheduling € 4.180,00
  87. 87. Achieve availability targets through online monitoring What are the benefit to predict a MINOR failure on a wind turbine generator by a CMS ? Without CMS : Unplanned Planned maintenance thanks to CMS Generator Minor failure DE bearing Spare parts € 5.000,00 € 5.000,00 Labor (5000 €/D) € 5.000,00 € 4.850,00 -3% discount Crane € - € - -3% discount Looses due to unplanned shutdown € 4.000,00 € - 4 Days to plan Totat cost € 14.000,00 € 9.850,00 Benefit on the scheduling € 4.150,00
  88. 88. Achieve availability targets through online monitoring What are the benefit to predict a MINOR failure on a wind turbine generator by a CMS ? Without CMS : Unplanned Planned maintenance thanks to CMS Generator Minor failure NDE bearing Spare parts € 5.000,00 € 5.000,00 Labor (5000 €/D) € 5.000,00 € 4.850,00 -3% discount Crane € - € - -3% discount Looses due to unplanned shutdown € 4.000,00 € - 4 Days to plan Totat cost € 14.000,00 € 9.850,00 Benefit on the scheduling € 4.150,00
  89. 89. Achieve availability targets through online monitoring Maintenance coste for the first 10 years of maintenance contract (5 Wtg’s – 1.5 MW) Without CMS : Unplanned Planned maintenance thanks to CMS Benefit of the CMS Main bearing Number of major failure 2 2 Cost of major failure € 90.000,00 € 78.350,00 Number of minor failure 0 0 Cost of minor failure € - € - Total cost € 180.000,00 € 156.700,00 € 23.300,00 GEARBOX Number of major failure 1,5 1 Cost of major failure € 233.000,00 € 217.900,00 Number of minor failure 3 2 Cost of minor failure € 18.000,00 € 13.820,00 Total cost € 403.500,00 € 245.540,00 € 157.960,00 GENERATOR Number of minor failure (DE) 2 2 Cost of minor failure (DE) € 14.000,00 € 9.850,00 Number of minor failure (NDE) 2 2 Cost of minor failure (NDE) € 14.000,00 € 9.850,00 Total cost € 56.000,00 € 39.400,00 € 16.600,00
  90. 90. Typical paint-points of the customer : Cost Benefit Analysis on a wind farm (5 wtg’s 1.5Mw) during the 10 first years of maintenance contract CMS Cost Without CMS CMS implementation Hardware € - Vibration follow-up + quarterly analysis € - Average Cost for 5 WTG’s (Hardware + follow-up) € - € 75.000,00 Total cost by strategy € 639.500,00 € 441.640,00 Benefit on the prediction of fault € 197.860,00 Benefit on the avoiding downtime € 63.360,00 ROI 1,64 Spans (mounths) 22,74
  91. 91. Achieve availability targets through online monitoring Vibration online monitoring : Wind energy application : • Multi synchronous channels (accelerometers, tachometers) for the best online monitoring (Wired) • Possible integration of Amps Clamps, T°c • Automatic and continuous defaults detection by frequency bands • Alarm fixed regarding VDI Norm 3834 (Onshore WTG under 3 MW) and historic data base • Integration of fault frequencies (DB Wind already existing) • Remote connexion through 3G/Ethernet TCP IP • Automatic Alarm by SMS notification • Low speed detection, order tracking • Detected defaults checked by our certified engineers ISO 18436 ISO L2 • Periodical diagnosis by our engineers, even without alert • Multi-technologies integration report (services, CMS)
  92. 92. AGENDA • Wind turbines inspection’s : are they really important ? – What is the purpose of these ? • Main purpose • Warranty contracts – Which intervals ? • EOW inspection’s • Troubleshooting • Periodical inspection – What is the scope of the inspection ? • Scope and Skills • Deep inspection on critical components • Achieve availability targets through online monitoring and planning/scheduling – CBA on Condition monitoring system – Example of planning and scheduling integration by CMMS implementation • Question’s
  93. 93. Achieve availability targets through planning and scheduling by CMMS CMMS implementation : SCOPE on 61 E70 Enercon WTG (Italy) 1) Walkthrough: Hierarchical structure based on ISO 14224 Division of categories (parts) Define a code/category Collect analytical from SCADA and operational manual Collect analytical data from the substation 2) Document management: Upload all the documentation on the CMMS manuals, details, etc… 3) Maintenance plan Optimal frequency of maintenance action Skills/Certificates required Number of technician required Estimated duration of the job Classification typology of intervention Localisation of the asset Edition of work order 4) Warehouse implementation Tools and spare parts 5) KPI implementation for the continuous improvement 6) Training on the CMMS
  94. 94. http://www.windconditionmonitoring.eu
  95. 95. Thanks for your attention
  96. 96. The Industry Standard for Training Excellencein Wind Energy Ron van Helvoirt BZEE RepresentativeBENELUX June 2017, Liège
  97. 97. BZEE Structure • Established in 2000 in Germany by leading companies in the wind industry • Lobby group with the aim of closing the skills gaps for the then new industry • Approx. 100 members worldwide BZEE Association (non-profit) • Responsible for the management of the BZEEAssociation • Training needs are continually identified and appropriate training concepts developed together with theAdvisory Board • Development of the training content and implementation of measures BZEE Academy (Ltd.) • License agreements signed with training providers • Global network of BZEE licensed partners offering training worldwide. BZEE Academy Network © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 2
  98. 98. Why was BZEE established? © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner • Growing wind industry in Germany/Europe • Lack of qualified personnel • Need for industry-wide qualification standard • Need for safety standards • Well maintained turbines = less down time = less costs
  99. 99. World’s leading qualification standard: Approx. 3,500 wind turbine technicians & 18,000 certificates © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner
  100. 100. BZEE Academy • Provide the wind industry with the best trained professionals • Reliable industry partner • Important contribution to the energy revolution Mission • We aim to build a global network of training centres that can provide the wind industry in all relevant markets with professionals. Our goal is to offer optimal training solutions for all technical qualification requirements at the highest methodological and didactical level. Vision © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 5
  101. 101. BZEE association – by the industry for the industry © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner Advisory board members: • Nordex • Vestas • Senvion SE • GE-Wind • GLGarrad Hassan • Q.R.C. Group • WEST • Siemens • Vishay Association members include: HTM Helicopter Travel Munich, Gamesa, Svendborg Brakes and many more
  102. 102. BZEE International Technical Committee (ITC) © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 7
  103. 103. BZEE Licensed Network Partners © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 8
  104. 104. The BZEE Standard © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner • Global industry standard (defined by advisory board & ITC) • Real environment turbine learning (2/3 practical training) • Most comprehensive wind technician training program • Exceeds all other requirements (GWO Basic Safety Training) • Focus on learning outcomes (training excellence) • Certified & audited standard
  105. 105. The BZEE Standard Service Technician for Wind Turbines • 6 month training program • More than 40 modules • 6-week internship (practical training) • final written and practical examination © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner
  106. 106. The BZEE Standard Student entry requirements © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner • pre-qualification: electrical/mechanical background • medical certificate • ability to work at great heights • high level of mobility • ability to work in a team • knowledge of the English language • driver’s license • passing mandatory climb test
  107. 107. Neutral surveillance of BZEE Quality as prerequisite for broad acknowledgement BZEE Standard ISO 29990 BZEE Curricula National Legislation BZEE Network Certification by DNV GL Acknowledgement BZEE QM Policy GWO min. requirements © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 12
  108. 108. Adaption of learning outcomes to international learning environments National Education System & Legislation CountryA Country CCountry B BZEE = BZEE = BZEE = BZEE Standard + + + Program Competence level of BZEE servicetechnician = © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 13 =
  109. 109. The BZEE Standard certification requirements © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner Train-the-trainer course: • electrics teacher • mechanics teacher • rotor blade teacher • safety trainer Workshop and equipment: • workshop with real nacelles • rotor blade repair workshop • training tower
  110. 110. The BZEE Standard: more than 80 modules covering the following job descriptions © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner • Service technician for wind turbines onshore • Service technician for wind turbines offshore • Assembly technician for wind turbines • Rotor blade technician • Train-the-trainer courses for BZEE standard • Staff modules for wind energy company employees
  111. 111. The BZEE Standard Working with Real Components © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner
  112. 112. BZEE Wind hub concept Rotorblade repair Rescue from height basics Hub rescue Confined spaces Components maintenance WTG Assembly Heli hoist Offshore training WTG Electronics Trouble shooting Outside: ØWorking at heights ØFire fighting ØRestricted zone © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 17
  113. 113. Summary & Benefits The BZEE Membership © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner A full-service package for LSPs worldwide: Acknowledgement • Broad acceptance by the industry • World’s leading standard for service technicians Certification • BZEE standard (auditing of facility & courses) • Access to BZEE curriculum • Reduced rates for GWO certification • Certificates & register Training • Train-the-trainer courses • Customized & refresher courses
  114. 114. Summary & Benefits of the © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner BZEE Membership Equipment & Consulting • Access to training equipment at reduced rates • Consulting & support in setting up a training facility Networking • Annual BZEE conference • Membership of International Technical Committee (ITC) • Exchange of ideas/best practice via BZEE intranet blog Branding • Listing on the BZEE website • Use of BZEE name and logo etc.
  115. 115. Modulair Trainingsprogramma © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 20
  116. 116. Portfolio © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner 21
  117. 117. Thank you for your attention © BZEE Academy GmbH Aligned Partner For more information please contact: Ron van Helvoirt ron.vanhelvoirt@bzee.de www.bzee.de

×