Company Profile: Advanced Structures and Composite Center
Established by the National Science Foundation, the Advanced Structures and Composite Center is the only lab in the United States to include complete development capabilities for floating offshore wind turbines.
Best Practice Machining of Wind Power Components
Minor improvements in machining processes potentially result in major competitive advantages for the wind power industry.
InSight Helps Wind Asset Owners Manage Operations
Software improves return on assets by identifying, predicting and resolving maintenance issues at an early state.
Staying Safe on Turbines
Fall protection training is crucial and necessary to insure worker safety.
Prepreg – Lengthening the Design Envelope
New resin technology provides rapid curing and exothermic control to turbine blade spars and roots.
Automating Wind Blade Development From Root to Tip
By adopting and executing a product development process that integrates design with performance simulation to find problems before they occur, engineers can avoid blade failure in their designs.
Are We Really Building the Best Wind Turbines?
A new turbine design uses old-fashioned know-how to reduce total capital costs, generate more power, and lower maintenance costs. Is this the future of wind turbine technology?
Wind Turbine Obstruction Lighting
When International Tower Lighting, LLC considered the particular needs of wind turbine lighting systems, they started from the ground-up and surpassed FAA requirements to tackle this unique need.
Many factors play a role in successfully coordinating crane service for wind park maintenance.
Where a gearbox oil sample is taken is just as important as how it is taken. As this second installment of a two-part series explains, it’s all about obtaining the most evidence from the best possible location.
Tuned liquid column dampers offer a robust and cost effective means for reducing loads on floating wind turbines.
In this installment we discuss the Seven Laws of Supply Chain Management that represent supply chain discipline and problem solving.
Q&A: Charles Clayton
Charles Clayton Training Manager /Suzlon Wind Turbine Training Center