International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

TC 88

Wind energy generation systems

 
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JWG 1 Convenor & Members

Convenor
National

Committee
Mr Jens Demtröder
 DK
Member
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National

Committee
Mrs Maite Beorlegui PrimoES
Mr Eckart BodenbachDE
Mr Alfons BöingDE
Mr Stephen BrownGB
Mr C.P. Sandy ButterfieldUS
Mr Tae Hyong ChongKR
Mr Patrick ClementBE
Mr Martin CorrensDE
Mr Arne CzarnojanDE
Mr Dirk De MoorBE
Mr César Díaz De Cerio García de MendazaES
Mr Christer ErikssonDK
Robert ErrichelloUS
Mr Alfredo Fernández-SisónES
Mr Daniel García ErillES
Mr Paul GibbsGB
Mr Urs GigerCH
Mr Steve GilkesGB
Mr Rainer GrzybowskiDE
Mr Anders Reinewald HansenDK
Mr Javier Ibañez MayayoES
Mr Tae Ki KimKR
Mr Sookrae KimKR
Mr Andreas KleinDE
Mr Hermann KochDE
Mr Matthias KohlheppDE
Mr Kenny KristensenDK
Mr Frank Dieter KrullDE
Ms Nadiège LudivionFR
Mr Peter Hauge MadsenDK
Mr Andy MaesBE
Ms Helen MarkouDK
Mr Takatoshi MatsushitaJP
Mr Brian McNiffUS
Andrew MilburnUS
Mr Madhuphani NamburiDK
Mr Jai Prakash NarayanDE
Mr Veniamin NyrkovskyRU
Mr Joris PeetersBE
Mr Esa PeltolaFI
Mr Ferran Perez AyatsES
Mr Klaus Ørsted PetersenDK
Brent ReardonUS
Mr Matthias ReichertDE
Mr Francisco RodriguezDE
Mr Armin SchmidtDE
Mrs Kirsten SchwörerDE
Mr Gregory SimmonsSE
Mr Arto SirviöFI
Mr Warren SmookBE
Mr Dirk StrasserDE
Mr Tim StrehlauDE
Mr Ryoichi TakemotoJP
Mr Yasuyoshi TozakiJP
Mr Jan ukonsaariSE
Mr Bert VerdyckBE
Mr Martin Winther-JensenDK
Mr Mike WöbbekingDE

Title & Task

JWG 1

Wind turbine gearboxes

 

This part of the IEC 61400 series is applicable to enclosed speed increasing gearboxes for horizontal axis wind turbine drivetrains with a power rating in excess of 500 kW.
This standard applies to wind turbines installed onshore or offshore.
This International Standard provides guidance on the analysis of the wind turbine loads in relation to the design of the gear and gearbox elements.

The gearing elements covered by this standard include such gears as spur, helical or double helical and their combinations in parallel and epicyclic arrangements in the main power path. This standard does not apply to power take off gears (PTO).

The standard is based on gearbox designs using rolling element bearings. Use of plain bearings is permissible under this standard, but the use and rating of them is not covered.

Also included is guidance on the engineering of shafts, shaft hub interfaces, bearings and the gear case structure in the development of a fully integrated design that meets the rigours of the operating conditions.
Lubrication of the transmission is covered along with prototype and production testing. Finally guidance is provided on the operation and maintenance of the gearbox.

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Liaisons

Organizations
Liaison Member
Liaison ISO
ISO/TC 43 
ISO/TC 60Mr Hanspeter Dinner
Mr Charlie Fisher
Mr Robert Godau
Mr David Ingham
Mr Dirk Kempkes
Mr Petri Lahtinen
Mr Bernd Lohmeyer
Mr Shinichi Natsumeda
Mr Peter Poon
Mr Michael Reinehr
Mr Armin Schmidt
Mr Tomoyuki Takahashi
Mr Jorma Tirkkonen