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Development and Evaluation for the Insulated Coupling Test Machine of a Large Wind Turbine
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Development and Evaluation for the Insulated Coupling Test Machine of a Large Wind Turbine
Ju, Sung Ha; Kim, Dong Hyun; Oh, Min Woo; Kim, Su Hyun; Kang, Jong Hun; Bae, Jun Wu; Lee, Hyoung Woo; Kim, Kyung He;
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 Abstract
In this work, an insulated coupling test machine for a 5-MW-class wind turbine was designed and developed, along with the public performance testing of a 3-MW-class wind turbine. The results of the device design, development requirements, functional considerations, structural vibration analysis, and the evaluation of the insulated coupling test machine are presented in this study. For the coupling models, thick fiberglass composite pipe insulation, fabricated by filament winding, was considered. Results of three-dimensional finite element analysis conducted using both solid element and shell element modeling were analyzed and compared, considering the effect of thickness. In addition, results from the nonlinear finite element analysis of multiple leaf springs of the laminated disk pack structure were verified and compared with experimental data.
 Keywords
Insulated Coupling;Test Machine;Wind Turbine;Performance Evaluation Test;Structural Analysis;Vibration Analysis;Filament Winding Process;Nonlinear;
 Language
Korean
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