GPS synchronisation of harmonic and transient measurements in offshore wind farms

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The GPS synchronization challenges during the development, construction and installation of a measurement system for multi-point, high-speed and long-term data logging is described in this paper. The presented measurement system was tested in a rough offshore environment at Avedøre Holme and Gunfleet Sands Offshore wind farms. The paper will describe the application of GPS technology in synchronised measurements carried out at Avedøre Holme and Gunfleet Sands wind farms. Different aspects of software development and hardware configuration in order to optimise measurement system reliability during offshore measurements will be presented. Also real-life examples of results from both offshore measurement campaigns will be described. Some limitations and improvements of the measurement system will be explained based on measurements from both harmonic and transient measurements.
Original languageEnglish
JournalEnergy Procedia
Publication date2012
ISSN1876-6102
StatePublished

Conference

Conference9th Deep Sea Offshore Wind R&D Seminar
Number9
CountryNorway
CityTrondheim
Period19/01/1220/01/12
Internet addresshttp://www.sintef.no/Projectweb/Deepwind_2012/

Keywords

  • Measurements synchronisation, Transient measurements, Offshore wind farm, GPS, Harmonic measurements
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