BS EN 61400-13:2016 - Wind turbines. Measurement of mechanical loads

BS EN 61400-13:2016

Wind turbines. Measurement of mechanical loads

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : April 2016



IEC 61400-13:2015(B) describes the measurement of fundamental structural loads on wind turbines for the purpose of the load simulation model validation. The standard prescribes the requirements and recommendations for site selection, signal selection, data acquisition, calibration, data verification, measurement load cases, capture matrix, post-processing, uncertainty determination and reporting. Informative annexes are also provided to improve understanding of testing methods. This standard replaces IEC TS 61400-13 published in 2001; it constitutes a technical revision and transition from technical specification to International Standard.

Standard NumberBS EN 61400-13:2016
TitleWind turbines. Measurement of mechanical loads
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date30 April 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO/IEC Guide 98-3:2008, IEC 61400-12-1, EN 61400-12-1, IEC 61400-1:2005, EN 61400-1:2005, IEC 60050
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 61400-12-2, EN 61400-12-2, IEC 61400-22, EN 61400-22
ReplacesDD IEC/TS 61400-13:2001, IEC TS 61400-13:2001
International RelationshipsEN 61400-13:2016,IEC 61400-13:2015
DescriptorsTurbines, Mechanical behaviour of materials, Mechanical measurement, Wind turbines, Wind-electric power stations, Electric generators, Load measurement, Power output
Title in FrenchÉoliennes. Mesurage des charges mécaniques
Title in GermanWindenergieanlagen. Messung von mechanischen Lasten
ISBN978 0 580 85978 6
File Size4.499 MB

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