With the rapid growth of wind energy worldwide, challenges in the
operation and control of wind turbine systems are becoming
increasingly important. These affect all parts of the system, and
require an integrated approach to optimize safety, cost, integrity
and survivability of the system, while retaining the desired
performance quality. This book conveys up to date theoretical and
practical techniques applicable to the control of wind turbine
systems. Topics covered include wave loads on monopole-supported
offshore wind turbines; numerical and experimental tools for small
wind turbine load analysis; structural control concepts for load
reduction of offshore wind turbines; towards farm-level health
management of wind turbine systems; data-based approaches to the
monitoring of wind turbines; fault diagnostics for electrically
operated pitch systems in offshore wind turbines; an emulator
prototype design for vibration control of magnetic bearings for
wind turbine power generator shafts; condition monitoring and
diagnostics of wind turbine power trains; and robust fuzzy fault
tolerant control wind energy systems subject to actuator and sensor
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