Wind Energy Converter Systems

Profile

The diploma course in 'Wind Energy Converter Systems' focuses on engineering, planning and managing aspects of wind turbine technology, wind turbines and wind farms. It provides knowledge about classic and recently developed wind turbine components. Design and analysis methods for modern on- and offshore foundations, towers, rotor blades and nacelle systems will be taught. Modules about planning, management and the administration of wind turbines and wind parks will round off the diploma course.

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Qualification

Participants of this diploma course will learn about the state-of-the-art technology of wind energy system components and the concepts of the relevant technologies. Based on this, they will be able to develop high quality standard components and they will have the ability to overcome the current technical limitations of these wind turbine elements. These engineers are able to design modern, energy efficient, economical and reliable foundations, towers, rotor blades and nacelle systems, and to invent related new design concepts and technologies. Encouraged by their competence in planning, managing and administrative aspects, students are well equipped for leading positions in the field of wind turbine development and construction, as well as for the operation and maintenance of wind energy systems.

Select five or six of the following seven modules

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Oliver Reul
Diploma Course Director