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As more and more wind turbines are coming close to the end of their design lifetime, evaluation of end of life strategies is becoming highly relevant. Moreover, as turbine technology matures and wind farms grow larger, lifetime extension becomes a financially attractive option compared to re-powering and decommissioning. Present work suggests control strategies, namely down-regulation and individual blade control, as lifetime extension enablers. The concept of using them as retrofit controldoi:10.1088/1742-6596/1102/1/012026 fatcat:zvt3krdrljahvpnb2dyc725ajy