Suprapower: Superconducting, reliable, lightweight and more powerful offshore wind turbine.

SUPRAPOWER project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 308793

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Documents and Publications

PDF document D5.1 Study of improvements in the critical components of the 10 MW superconducting generator

This report (May 2017) analyses future developments and improvements in the superconducting generator and its critical components as the superconducting wire and cooling system.

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PDF document D5.2 Study of transport, assembly and installation of the 10 MW superconducting offshore wind turbine

This report (July 2016) analyses and studies the sequence, procedures and means required for the transport, assembly and installation of fixed and floating foundations 10 MW superconducting offshore wind turbines.

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PDF document D6.3 Dissemination material

This report (May 2017) summarises the dissemination material produced and used over the course of SUPRAPOWER

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Other file type SUPRAPOWER Final Workshop - Superconducting Wind generators Session

SUPRAPOWER Final Workshop - Superconducting Wind generators Session presentations: 7.- INNWIND Project. Henk Polinder. TU DELFT. 8.- Design of a new generation of generators for wind energy based on superconducting materials. Xavier Granados. ICMAB-CSIC. 9.- EcoSwing Project. Markus Bauer. THEVA.

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Partners

Tecnalia Research & Innovation (Spain) SOLUTE Ingenieros (Spain) Ingeteam Service S.A. (Spain) Columbus Superconductor Spa (Italy) Institute of Electrical Engineering, Slovac Academy of Sciences (Slovakia) University of Southampton (United Kingdom) Karlsruher Institut Technologie (Germany) D2M Engineering (France)