TIGER Webinar 4: Anti-fouling and anti-corrosion requirements of tidal turbines documents
1. ORE Catapult:TIGER webinar: Anti-fouling and anti-corrosion requirements TIGER Introduction
2. ORE Catapult_TIGER Webinar_Impact of Surface Roughness on Tidal Turbine Blade Performance.pdf
3. Hydroquest_TIGER Webinar_Tidal turbines corrosion resistance strategy and maintenance cost reduction.pdf
4. Plymouth Marine Laboratories_TIGER webinar_Biofouling Prevention in High Energy Environments.pdf
5. Institut de la Corrosion_Tiger Webinar_Collecting data for cathodic protection in the field of off-shore renewable energy.pdf
The fourth in a series of six supply chain seminar events as part of the TIGER project.
The webinar took place on 21 October 2020 and focused on anti-fouling and anti-corrosion resistance of tidal turbines and explore potential areas for collaboration to reduce maintenance costs, with the aim to accelerate the expansion and growth of the tidal energy sector, including the wider supply chain.
The event was hosted by EMEC and facilitated by Hydroquest.
- TIGER introduction – Teo van der Kammen, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult
- Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult: Impact of surface roughness on tidal turbine blade performance – John Walker, Project Engineer
- Hydroquest: Tidal turbines corrosion resistance strategy for long term deployment and maintenance cost reduction – Raphael Coquet, Tidal Project Director
- PML Applications Ltd: Biofouling prevention in high energy sites – Dr. Tom Vance
- Institut de la Corrosion: Collecting data for cathodic protection in the field of off-shore renewable energy – Charles Leballeur