Searched for: author%3A%22Salma%2C+V.%22
(1 - 5 of 5)
document
Salma, V. (author), Schmehl, R. (author)
Integrating the operation of airborne wind energy systems safely into the airspace requires a systematic qualification process. It seems likely that the European Union Aviation Safety Agency will approve commercial systems as unmanned aircraft systems within the “specific” category, requiring risk-based operational authorization. In this paper,...
journal article 2023
document
Salma, V. (author), Schmehl, R. (author)
Airborne wind energy (AWE) systems use tethered flying devices to harvest wind energy beyond the height range accessible to tower-based turbines. AWE systems can produce the electric energy with a lower cost by operating in high altitudes where the wind regime is more stable and stronger. For the commercialization of AWE, system reliability...
journal article 2020
document
Salma, V. (author), Friedl, F. (author), Schmehl, R. (author)
Airborne wind energy systems use tethered flying devices to harvest wind energy beyond the height range accessible to tower-based wind turbines. Current commercial prototypes have reached power ratings of up to several hundred kilowatts, and companies are aiming at long-term operation in relevant environments. As consequence, system...
journal article 2019
document
Salma, V. (author), Ruiterkamp, Richard (author), Kruijff, Michiel (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author), Schmehl, R. (author)
Safety is a major factor in the permitting process for airborne wind energy systems. To successfully commercialize the technologies, safety and reliability have to be ensured by the design methodology and have to meet accepted standards. Current prototypes operate with special temporary permits, usually issued by local aviation authorities...
book chapter 2018
document
Ruiterkamp, R. (author), Salma, V. (author), Kruijff, M. (author)
conference paper 2015
Searched for: author%3A%22Salma%2C+V.%22
(1 - 5 of 5)