Advances in Rotor Blades for Wind Turbines
Efficient ways to optimise the Coe throughout the blade lifetime
Rotor blades are decisive in the race for lower cost of energy, and the last years have witnessed drastic progress in structural design and manufacturing. While the industry is growing more and more mature, there is still room for innovation regarding new materials, load mitigation and standardisation of production processes.
Join this focused knowledge exchange and
Learn about the influence of aeroelastic tailoring on blade design to cross next barrier on XL blade design
Explore new developments in manufacturing tools and processes to produce larger blades against lower costs and better quality
Hear about advances in aerodynamics to improve performance
Discuss interaction between material manufacturers and rotor blade developers to improve rotor blade materials and structures
Understand main challenges during operation to increase reliability and reduce future damages
In this IQPC networking event expert presentations are followed by discussions and interactive sessions.
Department Leader, Rotor Blades
Veastas Blades UK ltd.
Director and Co-founder
ACT Blade Ltd.
Siemens Wind Power
Rotor Blade Design and Analysis
Aerodynamics lead engineer
Vestas Technology UK Ltd.
Head of the Section “Composites”, Institute of Structural Analysis
Technology Centre Leader
Carbon Rotec GmbH & Co. KG
Team Leader Functional Loads 8 MW
Aero Dynamic Consult GmbH
Smart Blade GmbH
Wind Onshore Technology Manager
Head of Aerodynamic Design Section, Programme Manager Wind Turbine Technology
DTU Wind Energy
Head of Department, Aerodynamics, CFD and Stochastic Analysis
Fraunhofer IWES e.V.
Director, EMEA Project Transport
Vestas Zentrale Europa GmbH
Expert Acrylics, Composites and Nanomaterials
Global Product Manager, Lightning Protection
ERICO Electrical and Fastening Solutions