IWSHM 2017 – The 11th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring

Last month, Wölfel joined the 11th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (IWSHM) in Stanford, CA from September 12th – September 14th. The biennial workshop took place on the grounds of Stanford University and focused on the current state-of-the-art technologies in the field of structural health monitoring, and discussed and identified key and emerging breakthroughs and challenges in research and development that are critical and unique in structural health monitoring. The workshop was also intended to promote communication exchange between multiple disciplines.

In the session “SHM Technology in wind turbines” we have been proud to be accepted with three papers:

  1. MORITZ W. HÄCKELL, HERBERT FRIEDMANN and MICHAEL FEULNER: Detecting Damage in Grouted-joints of Wind Turbine Support Structures —Application to a Large-scale Experiment
  2. JOCHEN MOLL, MORITZ MÄLZER, JONAS SIMON, VIKTOR KROZER, MICHAEL FEULNER, MARKUS SCHOLZ, HERBERT FRIEDMANN, ANDREAS NUBER, RAHMI SALMAN, DIMITRY POZDNIAKOV and MANFRED DÜRR: Field Demonstration of Radar-based SHM of Wind Turbine Blades at a 2 MW Wind Turbine: Installation, Data Acquisition and Signal Analysis
  3. HERBERT FRIEDMANN, PETER KRAEMER, ANDREAS NUBER and MARKUS SCHOLZ: Fleet Monitoring and Site Specific Environmental and Operational Conditions in Wind Energy

 For further information please go to: http://web.stanford.edu/group/sacl/workshop/IWSHM2017/index.html

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