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R&D – Innovation
Meteodyn is continuously innovating and collaborating with the experts
From October 2013 to October 2017
The SWIP Project (New innovative solutions, components and tools for the integration of wind energy in urban and peri-urban areas) aims to expand the market for small and medium size wind turbines in Europe.
The European Union has decided to increase its renewable energy use to 20% of the total energy by 2020 and wind energy is a key component of this target. However, small wind turbines remain an underused technology despite their great potential, as several barriers currently stand in the way of their uptake.
SWIP’s purpose is to develop, implement and test innovative solutions to remove these barriers, reduce maintenance costs and improve performance. The team works on a new methodology for wind resource assessment in urban areas, a low-cost electrical generator, new blade design and a Superviroy Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System to improve operation and maintenance. Such measures should help to reduce investment costs and increase the attractiveness of small wind turbines.
The project also aims to analyze structural concerns, aesthetic impact, noise impact, vibration impact, safety issues, study social awareness and acceptance criteria. To test the developed solutions, 3 pilot demonstrations will take place in Spain and Poland.
SWIP is co-financed by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Program for Research and Technological Innovation and is coordinated by CIRCE (Research Center for Energy Resources and Consumption – Spain). 13 members from 10 EU states are part of the project consortium: Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden and The United Kingdom.
More details on the project and all the partners: http://www.swipproject.eu/
From November 2013 to March 2019
The HYPERWIND project aims to develop a comprehensive monitoring system for offshore and onshore wind turbines. This system is composed of various subsystems: blade system monitoring, SHM on gearboxes, SHM shafting line, etc.
The goal is to provide wind power plant operators a systematic and dynamic view of their facilities. The assumption here is such that the overall integration of the system will improve the understanding of dysfunctions.
- Provide a hyper vision system for onshore and offshore wind power plants.
- Provide a comprehensive and systematic monitoring system of all wind power plants components associated with a global model.
- Provide a reliable remote monitoring system which is easily interpreted.
- Present a functional demonstrator for an onshore equipped wind turbine.
The project is financed by the FUI, the French government and the Pays de la Loire Region. Hyperwind program is also labeled by the French industrial cluster EMC2.
To know more ON THIS PROJECT
From January 2011 to July 2013:
ENVIE project is funded by FEDER (UE) and OSEO. The purpose is to create 3D models of cities with environmental and economic information to help public players in their decision-making.
Read the publication: “A framework to produce urban data at large scale” – 3U3D Conference – Nantes, France – 2012
SIRADEL provides 3D model of the cities and thermal losses maps. Additionally it will bring together all information.
METEODYN provides indicators about wind and solar resource, pedestrian climatic comfort.
MGDIS brings social and economic data thanks to its knowledge of INSEE and SIRENE database.
CERMA (laboratory of the School of Architecture, Nantes), analyses lighting and urban atmosphere
June 2008 – february 2011:
This project has been financed by ADEME (French Environment and Energy Agency) together with Maïa Eolis as a partner. The purpose is the automatic integration of the atmospheric thermal stability in wind resource assessment.
December 2004 – january 2009:
This project has been funded by the French Ministry for Transports, with INRETS, LCPC and the Côtes d’Armor Region as partners. The purpose is to improve road traffic information in case of bad atmospheric conditions.
October 2004 – june 2007 :
Meteodyn was the pilot of this project, funded by European Union, with the following partners: Atmos, E.M.I, Nubila, Geonica, Lecicena, Campbell Scientific, Alstom Transport, and the Universities of Birmingham, Nottingham and the Politecnico di Milano. The purpose is to set-up wind alert system for roadways and railways networks.
The research was based on vehicles aerodynamics, wind flow modeling, very short term wind forecast, risk analysis and wind alert systems. Read more
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