why proddia?

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Critical Materials short presentation (who are we?)
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PRODDIA® Wind arguments (why Proddia®?)
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Technical information (how it works?)
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Case study – rotor blade (over request)
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CRITICAL GROUP
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VISION & MISSION
VISION
Self-healing bio-inspired materials will revolutionize the
design and maintenance of long lasting equipment.
Critical Materials will be a technology provider
for the “nervous system and bio-brain” of critical
applications of advanced materials.
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MISSION
To Provide Technology and Efficient Products
for Diagnosis and Prognosis of Critical
Applications of Advanced Material Systems
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CORE
CMT is focused on the continuous
evaluation of the material condition
and on the structural integrity of
critical components.
Aeronautics,
Defense &
Space
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Wind
Offshore
PRODDIA® looks beyond the
traditional CBM and SHM solutions!
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PRODDIA® IS AN ADVANCED SHM
SOLUTION. BUILT INTO ONE
INTEGRATED SENSORS & SOFTWARE
TOOL.
PRODDIA® focus on the continuous
evaluation of the material condition
and on the structural integrity of
critical components.
PRODDIA® looks beyond the traditional
SHM solutions featuring:
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A USER FRIENDLY GRAPHICAL
USER INTERFACE,
AN INNOVATIVE CONDITION
ASSESSMENT TECHNOLOGY allowing accurate damage
diagnostics & prognostics,
A LOW-DENSITY SENSOR
NETWORK
AN INTEGRATED
MANAGEMENT SOLUTION.
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WHY PRODDIA?
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MAINTENANCE PROBLEM (€)
In WTG farms (specially offshore) the
costs for maintenance are high, being
dominated by unexpected severe failures
leading to reactive maintenance. The
costs of downtime (among others..)
drive the need for condition monitoring.
Cost variables:
- Downtime
- Expensive material savings
- Unexpected maintenance costs
- Inspection costs (planned)
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It seems to be clear: We badly need BLADE CMS to predict blade
failure. We need indication of upcoming blade structural degradation in
order to launch proactive maintenance or repair process.
Linkedin, Wolfang Holstein, Jan 2012
David Brown’s research emphasizes that reactive maintenance for the
average utility-scale wind farm can cost $1.5million more – each year –
than preventative maintenance.
Linkedin, Jon Hartman, Jan 2012
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PRODDIA™ CONTRIBUTION
INCREASE ASSET AVAILABILITY
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EXTEND ASSET LIFETIME (“small defects remain small”)
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SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION OF O&M COSTS
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Management of dispersed and distant assets
Integrated planning of inspection and maintenance operations
Planning operations based on weather forecasts
Optimization of intervention times, travels and resources
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HOW IT WORKS?
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PRODDIA® WIND IS COMPOSED BY 2 SUB-SYSTEMS
the ON-SYSTEM DATA
and the PRODDIA®
ACQUISITION and
SOFTWARE WORKBENCH
SENSOR NETWORK
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PRODDIA® WIND IN 5 SINGLE STEPS
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Real data
collection
Sensor
study and
placement
Calculation
(data and
structure
assessment)
Customized
information to
maintenance
“Baseline”
definition
(initial set-up
and
adjustments)
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PRODDIA® WIND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE
FARM
STRUCTURAL SYSTEM
SUB-SYSTEM
COMPONENT
Blade
Rotor
Hub
turbine
Gearbox
Shafts
Bearings
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nacelle
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Tower
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tower
Foundations/
footing
Jacket
Pillars
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PRODDIA® WIND SOFTWARE WORKBENCH
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PRODDIA® WIND CAPABILITIES
DAMAGE DIAGNOSTIC
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DETECTION AND LOCALIZATION OF DAMAGED
COMPONENTS
EVALUATION OF DAMAGE SEVERITY
ASSESSMENT OF CONTINUOUS MATERIAL
PROPERTY DEGRADATION (AGING)
STATE PROGNOSTIC
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FORECASTING OF THE FUTURE COMPONENT STATE
CALCULATION OF THE REMAINING USEFULL LIFE, RUL
PREDICTION OF COMPONENT BEHAVIOUR UNDER LOADING
PROBABLISTIC UPDATING OF COMPONENT BEHAVIOUR
INTEGRATION WITH OTHER TOOLS
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
LOGISTICS AND PLANNING
ASSET AVAILABILITY AND COSTS
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PROTOTYPE – POSEIDON – www.poseidonorgan.com
SHM system for Offshore Power Plant
Detection of damage
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Localization & Severity Evaluation
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Early warning alarms
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Inspections on predictive information
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