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IEC Wind Turbine Standards

CONTENTS

List of IEC Wind Turbine Standards

TC-88 Standards Working Groups

Table: IEC Wind Energy Standards

Order IEC Standards

AWEA's Role

IEC 61400-1 Wind Turbine Safety and Design

IEC 61400-1 Ed2 Wind Turbine Safety and Design Revision

IEC 61400-2 Small Wind Turbine Safety

and Design Revision IEC 61400-2 Small Wind Turbine Safety IEC 61400-12 Power Performance IEC 61400-11 Noise

IEC 61400-12 Power Performance

IEC 61400-11 Noise Measurement

IEC 61400-13 Mechanical Load Measurements

IEC 61400-22 Wind Turbine Certification

IEC 61400-23 Blade Structural Testing

IEC 61400-21 Power Quality

International

Standards

Activities

International standards are developed by the working groups of Technical Committee-88 (TC-88) of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the recognized international body for standards development activities.

AWEA is the recognized U.S. industry organization for standards development and maintains contact with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards development activities through the involvement of staff members and industry representatives on TC-88 standards subcommittees.

The status of the IEC standards is provided in Table I.

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Table I

 
 

IEC Wind Energy Standards

 

Working

Title

Convener

Start

Finish

Purpose

Document

Group

(Plan

Number

or

Actual)

WG-1

Safety

R. Sherwin,

09/1989

12/1993

Principal

IEC 1400-1*

WG-2

Requirements

AWEA,

standard

WG-3

for Large

USA

defining

Wind Turbines

design

requirements

WG-4

Small Wind

F.Van

02/1992

01/1994

Principal

IEC 1400-2*

Turbine

Hulle,

standard

Systems

ECN, NL

defining

design

requirements

for small

turbines

WG-5

Acoustic

T.J. DuBois,

11/1992

09/1998

Defines

IEC

Emission

USA

acoustic

1400-11*

Measurement

measurements

Techniques

methods

WG-6

Performance

T.

11/1992

01/1998

Defines

IEC

Measurement

Pedersen,

performance

1400-12*

Techniques

Riso NL,

measurement

Denmark

tech- niques

WG-7

Revision of

P.H.

03/1994

01/1999

Edition 2 of IEC 1400-1

1400-1 Ed2

IEC 1400-1

Madsen,

Riso NL,

 

DKr

WG-8

Blade

D.van Delft,

03/1994

1999

Defines

1400-23

Structural

TU Delft,

methods for

Testing

NL

blade

structural

testing

WG-9

Wind Turbine

J.McGuire,

10/1995

1999

Defines

1400-22

Certification

Lloyds

certifica-

Requirements

Register,

tion

UK

requirements

(Harmonized

version of

several

European

standards.)

WG-10

Power Quality

J.O.Tande,

02/1996

1999

Defines power

1400-21

Measurements

Riso NL,

quality

DK

measurement

techniques

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WG-11

Structural

F.Van

02/1996

1999

Defines

1400-13

Loads

Hulle,

methods

Measurement

ECN, NL

for measuring

operational

loads

*Published Standard

 

TC-88

Standards

Working

Groups

This section provides brief summaries of IEC activities. Standards are not available for use or application until they exist as approved "Draft International Standards" or "International Standards." These documents should be ordered from ANSI, citing the document number in Table I and specifying whether the standard is draft or final.

WG 1, 2, 3

Safety of Wind Turbine Generating Systems

Background - The first three TC-88 working groups (Safety Philosophy, Design, and Installation and Operation) were originally chartered separately, but were combined when it became evident that their objectives and roles were interdependent.

Scope of Work - This international standard deals with safety philosophy, quality assurance and engineering integrity, and specifies requirements for the safety of Wind Turbine Generator Systems (WTGS), including design, installation, maintenance, and operation under specified environmental conditions. Its purpose is to provide the appropriate level of protection against damage from all hazards from these systems during their planned lifetime. This standard is concerned with all subsystems of WTGS such as control and protection mechanisms, internal electrical systems, mechanical systems, support structures, foundations and the electrical interconnection equipment. The standard applies to 1) all sizes of WTGS connected to electrical power networks and 2) WTGS with swept area equal to or larger than 40 m2.

WG4

Safety Requirements for Small Wind

Background - Standards for wind turbines with

swept areas under 40 square meters (m 2 ) were developed separately because of the unique control methods and features used by designers

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of these systems (such as foldable tails.) The separate standard was developed to avoid imposing costly requirements that would not result in improved safety of the smaller systems, which have different inherent risk factors than larger systems.

Scope of Work - Deals with safety philosophy, quality assurance, engineering integrity and specifies requirements for the safety of small wind turbine generators (SWTGS), including design, installation, maintenance and operation under specified external conditions. This standard is concerned with all subsystems of SWTGS such as protection mechanisms, internal electrical systems, mechanical systems, support structures, foundations and the electrical interconnection with the load. The standard applies to WTGS with swept area less than 40

m 2 .

Contact - F.Van Hulle, ECN, The Netherlands

WG5

Acoustical

Measurement

Techniques

Background - This standard was developed to provide a uniform methodology that will ensure consistency and accuracy in the measurement and analysis of acoustic emissions by Wind Turbine Generator Systems (WTGS). The

standard was prepared with the anticipation that

it would be applied by:

» The WTGS manufacturer striving to meet well defined acoustic emission performance requirements and/or a possible declaration system;

» The WTGS purchaser in specifying such performance requirements;

» The WTGS operator who may be required to

verify that stated, or required, acoustic performance specifications are met for new or refurbished units;

» The WTGS planner or regulator who must be

able to accurately and fairly define acoustical emission characteristics of WTGS in response to

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environmental regulations or permit requirements for new or modified installations.

Scope of Work - Presents sound measurement procedures that enable noise emissions of a wind turbine to be characterized. This involves using measurement methods appropriate to noise emission assessment at locations close to the machine, in order to avoid errors due to sound propagation, but far enough away to allow for the finite source size. The procedures described are different in some respects from those that would be adopted for noise assessment in community noise studies. The are intended to facilitate characterization of wind turbine noise with respect to a range of wind speeds and directions and comparisons between different wind turbines.

Contact - T.J. DuBois, DuBois and Associates, USA

WG6

Power

Performance

Measurement

Techniques

Scope of Work - Specifies a procedure for measuring the power performance characteristics of wind turbine generator systems of all types and sizes connected to the electric power network. It is applicable for both the determination of the absolute power performance characteristics of a WTGS and relative differences among the power performance characteristics of various WTGS configurations.

The WTGS power performance characteristics are defined by the measured power curve and the estimated annual energy production (AEP). The measured power curve is determined by collecting simultaneous measurements of wind speed and power output at the test site for a period long enough to establish a statistically significant database over a range of wind speeds and under varying wind conditions. The AEP is estimated by applying the measured power curve to reference wind speed frequency distributions, assuming 100% availability.

In 1995, participants in WG6 agreed to approve the draft standard with the understanding that extensions would be added to the scope of work.

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These extensions will handle the special requirements of power performance testing of small turbines, as well as testing of all turbines in complex terrain and in wind farm environments.

Contact: Troels Pedersen, Riso National Laboratory, Roskilde, Denmark

WG7

Safety of Wind Turbine Generator Systems (Revision of IEC 1440-1)

Background - Changes in the technology, increasing proliferation of wind turbine installations, and an increased understanding of environmental load cases for wind turbines have necessitated a revision of the safety requirements standards set forth by combined working groups 1, 2, and 3.

Scope of Work - Deals with safety philosophy, quality assurance and engineering integrity, and specifies requirements for the safety of Wind Turbine Generator Systems (WTGS), including design, installation, maintenance, and operation under specified environmental conditions. Its purpose is to provide the appropriate level of protection against damage from all hazards from these systems during their planned lifetime. This standard is concerned with all subsystems of WTGS such as control and protection mechanisms, internal electrical systems, mechanical systems, support structures, foundations and the electrical interconnection equipment. The standard applies to WTGS with

swept area equal to or larger than 40 m 2 .

Contact - Peter H. Madsen, Riso National Laboratory, Denmark

WG8

Full Scale Structural Testing of Rotor Blades for WTGS

Background - NREL and many other wind energy laboratories throughout the world are conducting static, dynamic fatigue, and modal tests of full-scale wind turbine blades using various test methods and configurations. This standard will help establish commonality among these methods and will provide guidelines to help ensure that results are comparable.

Scope of Work - This standard is intended to

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be used as a guideline for full scale testing of rotor blades of a WTGS as a possible part of a final design verification of the structural integrity of the blade. The tests included are fatigue tests, static tests, and modal tests. The standard describes recommended practices to perform various tests on full scale blades and gives guidance on interpretation or evaluation of results. It describes the blade and load data with the appropriate format necessary to evaluate the test results. Guidance is given on which (partial) safety factors should be incorporated during testing and evaluation.

Contact - Don van Delft, Delft University, The Netherlands

WG9

Certification

Standard

Scope of Work - Develop guidelines for certification and type approval of wind turbines using test data and analyses (scope of work under development).

Contact - John McGuire, Lloyds Register, UK

WG10

Power Quality Requirements for Grid Connected Wind Turbines

Background - Existing certification procedures and other standards for wind turbines for grid connection do not deal with the requirements of the design of the turbine to minimize its effects on the power quality of the electrical network. As the power capacity/penetration increases, an evident need arises for a standardized specification of the power quality characteristics of the turbine output. and for defining requirements to the wind turbine design

Scope of Work - To prepare a standard for determining the characteristics of wind turbine output, with respect to the impact on the power quality in the public supply system, while securing proper operation of the wind turbine

Contact - J.O. Tande, Riso National Laboratory, Roskilde, Denmark

WG11

Load Measurements for

Scope of Work - Develop guidelines for measuring loads on wind turbine structures (scope of work under development).

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Contact - F. Van Hulle, ECN, The Netherlands

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