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GL Renewables Certification evaluates software tool
As an initial key element for wind turbine development and design, aero-elastic simulations provide the mechanical load assumptions on the different turbine components, which can be expected during the turbine's lifetime. GL Renewables Certification with its long term experience in the certification of wind turbine loads will carry out detailed comparisons between in-house aero-elastic software tools and SAMCEF for Wind Turbines (S4WT).
About LMS SAMTECH
LMS SAMTECH is a European leading provider of Computer Aided Engineering software. Founded in 1986, SAMTECH develops and markets the general-purpose Finite Element Analysis code SAMCEF, the Multi-Disciplinary Optimization platform BOSS Quattro and the Open CAE Integration Framework CAESAM. These core engineering software tools answer to a wide range of industrial needs from the preliminary phases of design to the most advanced verification analyses. The software technology of SAMTECH has an unsurpassed reputation for its quality and reliability. It has been adopted by many major companies across all engineering disciplines as an integral part of their design process. SAMTECH is now a member of LMS International Group.
About GL Renewables Certification
GL Renewables Certification, part of the GL Group, is a leading certification body primarily focussed on the certification of wind farms, wind turbines and their components. At the forefront of understanding in renewables technology, it is abreast of all the necessary standards and requirements and takes a harmonised approach in ensuring that these are met. Manufacturers, banks and insurers around the world rely on the state-of-the-art service provided by GL Renewables Certification. For more information, please visit http://www.gl-group.com/glrenewables
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