RE Management Committee

(REMC)

 

Title / Task

REMC TF 4

Model Validation

 

  • Establish the general aim of model validation and how it is used in type and project certification
  • Establish a generic framework for model validation including a sufficiently detailed mathematical treatment. Such a generic framework must allow further details (for instance in an Annex), for dealing with the details for the validation of each model type individually (such as power performance, loads, siting models, noise, grid, etc)
  • On top of the generic model, the details for power performance validation shall be worked out in detail, also with regards to the mathematical framework
  • An example of the level of detail that at least needs to be worked out is as follows: Assuming that the mathematics involved will include hypothesis testing, then the most common tests used in this context use the variance included within the data as input to the hypothesis test. Specifically for power performance (and most likely also loads) the majority of the uncertainty comes from Category B uncertainty, which often does not fully translate into variance in the data. Hence we would have to agree specifically on the hypothesis testing to make sure that the uncertainty on the input is properly reflected in the outcome of the hypothesis test
  • The task force is also asked to define the split in work between RECBs and RETLs regarding model validation and develop the documents needed to establish competence areas for RECBs and RETLs according to this split
  • Finally, the establishment of a model validation methodology, mathematical framework and RECB/RETL competence areas should not change the fact that the measured power curve is still required as input to the type certification. The intent is to define in more detail how this input is used

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REMC TF 4 Convenor & Members

Convenor
Photo: Frank Ormel

Frank Ormel

Vestas Wind Systems

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Members
Photo: Li Cuiping

Li Cuiping

Beijing Goldwind Science & Creation Wind power Equipment Co., Ltd

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Photo: In Etxarri Sanguesa

In Etxarri Sanguesa

Ingeteam Power Technology S.A.

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Photo: Christian Fenselau

Christian Fenselau

Vestas Wind Systems

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Photo: Steve Gilkes

Steve Gilkes

DNV GL

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Photo: Emilio Gmez Lzaro

Emilio Gmez Lzaro

Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Renewable Energy Research Institute

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Photo: Meike Greusing

Meike Greusing

Germanischer Lloyd Industrial Services GmbH

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Photo: Johnnie He

Johnnie He

Shanghai SERCAL New Energy Technology Co., Ltd

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Photo: Yavor Hristov

Yavor Hristov

Vestas Wind Systems

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Photo: Yutong Huang

Yutong Huang

China General Certification Center

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Photo: Iaki Lezaun Mas

Iaki Lezaun Mas

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy A/S

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Photo: Cuiping Li

Cuiping Li

Beijing Goldwind Science & Creation Wind power Equipment Co., Ltd

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Photo: Elena Menndez

Elena Menndez

GE Renewable Energy

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Photo: Junsuke Murata

Junsuke Murata

Wind Energy Insutitute of Tokyo Inc.

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Photo: Federico Osvald

Federico Osvald

UL

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Photo: Felipe Palou Larraaga

Felipe Palou Larraaga

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy A/S

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Photo: Jess Pinedo Zrate

Jess Pinedo Zrate

Barlovento Recursos Naturales

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Photo: Florin Pintilie

Florin Pintilie

Wood (Clean Energy)

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Photo: Christoph Scheit

Christoph Scheit

WRD Wobben Research and Development GmbH

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Photo: Uwe Schmidt Paulsen

Uwe Schmidt Paulsen

DTU Wind Energy

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Photo: Erik Sloth

Erik Sloth

Vestas

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Photo: Leo Thesbjerg

Leo Thesbjerg

Vestas

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