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Introduction til standardization. Danish national committe for Wind Turbines S-588. What is a standard?. A standard is a agreement document A standard is a consensus document A standard is voluntary (Unless it is to be used for certification).

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introduction til standardization
Introduction til standardization

Danish national committe for Wind Turbines S-588

what is a standard
What is a standard?

A standard is a agreement

document

A standard is a consensus document

A standard is voluntary (Unless it is to be used for certification)

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Standards have become an extremely important tool in globalization

International

European

Danish

Standards

New Approach

CENELEC

CEN

ISO

IEC

National

1906

1926

1947

2012

1961

1985

Regulation of national markets

Internal marked

Globalization

types of standards
Types of standards

- Product standards

- Test standards

- Terminology/pictogram standards

- Management standards

- Quality standards

standards describe what we want to achieve but not how
Standards describe what we want to achieve, but not how!
  • Different heights of hats?
  • Stilts?
  • Staircases?
what does a standard consist of
What does a standard consist of?
  • Introduction
  • Foreword
  • 1. Scope
  • 2. Normative references
  • 3. Definitions
  • 4. Symbols og abbreviations
  • 5. Requirements
      • Functional requirements
      • Test methods
      • Labelling
  • Annex A (normative)
  • Annex B (informative)
access to danish european and international standardization through danish standards
Access to Danish, European and international standardization through Danish Standards

Three levels:

  • International Wind Turbines IEC TC 88
  • European (Regional) Wind Turbines CLC TC 88
  • Danish (National)The ‘Energy Agency’s Secretariat for the Danish Wind Turbine Certification Scheme’
international relations for the danish mirror committee and its members

Technical Committee TC 88

Mirror Committee(S-588)

A Working groups (Danish)

Working Group

(International)

International relations for the Danish mirror committee and its members

IEC/CENELEC

Danish Standards

Experts Communications lines

international relations for the danish working group a01 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

MT1 Design requirements for wind turbines

MT2 Safety of smallwind turbines

PT61400-3-2Design requirements for floating offshore wind turbines

WG3 Design requirements for offshore wind turbines

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

AGH1Terminology in the field of wind turbines

PT61400-6 Tower and foundation design

A01 Design and safety

International relations for the Danish working group A01 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a02 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

PT 61400-12-2 Power performance

measurements verification of

electricity producing wind turbines

MT 12-1 Wind turbine power performance testing

WG 15 Assessment of site specific wind conditions for wind power stations

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

MT 13 Measurement of

mechanical loads

A02 Procedurer for measurements

International relations for the Danish working group A02 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a03 and its members

JWG 25

Communications for monitoring and control of wind power plants

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A03 Commumication

International relations for the Danish working group A03 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a04 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

JWG 1 Wind turbine

gearboxes

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A04 Gear boxes

International relations for the Danish working group A04 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a05 and its members

SC22

WT CAC - Conformity

Assessment Board –

Wind Turbine Certification

Advisory Committee

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

MT 22 Revision of IEC WT 01, IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Wind Turbines - Rules and procedures

A05 Testing and Certification of Wind

Turbines - Rules and procedures

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

International relations for the Danish working group A05 and its members

DS

IEC

CAB

international relations for the danish working group a06 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

IEC TC14/WG31 Power

Transformers

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A06 Electrotechnical main

components to offshore

wind Turbines

International relations for the Danish working group A06 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a07 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

MT 11 Acoustic noise

measurement technique

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A07 Noice

International relations for the Danish working group A07 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a08 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

MT 24 Lightning protection

for wind turbines

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A08 Lightning protection

International relations for the Danish working group A08 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a09 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

MT 23 Full-scale structural

testing of rotor blades

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

PT 61400-5 Wind turbines

- Part 5: Rotor blades

A09 Rotor blades

International relations for the Danish working group A09 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a10 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

PT 61400-26 Availability

for wind turbines and

wind turbine plants

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A10 Availability

International relations for the Danish working group A10 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a11 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

WG 27 Wind turbines –

Electrical simulation models

for wind power generation

MT 21 Measurement and assessment of power quality characteristics of grid connected wind turbines

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A11 Electrical test and

simulation models

International relations for the Danish working group A11 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a12 and its members

IEC TC 88 Wind Turbines

CLC/TC 88/WG 03

Protective measures

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A12 Protective measures

International relations for the Danish working group A12 and its members

DS

IEC

international relations for the danish working group a13 and its members

IEC Conformity Assessment for Renewables, IECRE

IEC CAB/ WT CACConformity Assessment Board - Wind Turbine Certification Advisory Committee

DS/S-588 Wind Turbine

A13 WT CAC

International relations for the Danish working group A13 and its members

DS

IEC

how does the danish mirror committee s 588 work
How does the Danish Mirror Committee S-588 work?
  • All relevant documents are distributed from Danish Standards to the members of S-588
  • Clarification of Danish vote and comments at enquiries
  • Members can participate in international meetings
  • Members can participate in international working groups
  • Presentation of the new work items
  • Implementation of standards
standardization provides competitive advantages

Standards, guidelines and handbooks disseminate knowledge in relevant areas

Standardization provides competitive advantages

First to receive new knowledge about standards and future standards

Influence by developing and writing the future standards at national or international level

Structure and systematics are keywords in standardization

Direct network with colleagues, communities and customers where knowledge on specific issues is exchanged

Access to a unique national and international network of expertise

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