Analysis of risks that are based on the aerial photography used in photogrammetric monitoring maps for environmental wind power energy plant projects
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Currently, the role of energy is important to sustain and even improve the development and prosperity of a nation. Specifically, in the information age that we are living in with the increasing demands for ever-improving technology, the needs for this critical energy power grow each day. In sustainable electrical energy production, which has a substantial share among energy types, utilizing wind power instead of fossil fuels constitutes a prime role among alternative energy sources. To maintain these preferred wind energy power plant projects in more efficient and sustainable ways, their conformity with the relevant field is also very important. Field monitoring and map-producing studies could be performed with geodetic measurement methods with the aid of aerial photography methods. Once the aerial photography production method is implemented in a careful manner, ultimately, sensitive field and environmental monitoring maps can be obtained; however, some potential failures and risk factors could also be encountered during the production of these maps. In this research, potential failures and risk factors, relevant precautionary measures taken against these risks that could be encountered during the production of aerial photography monitoring maps (photogrammetry), and measurements that are used for producing environmental field models for wind power plant projects to be used for the production of electrical energy are studied with the FMEA (failure mode effect analysis) and the systematic Pareto analysis.
KeywordsMonitoring maps Aerial photographs Environmental wind energy power plants Failure mode effect analysis Pareto analysis Risk analysis
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