TIGER Webinar 3: Growing the supply chain for cost effective reliable composite blades, tooling and sensor design for tidal turbines documents

Files

6. Bureau Veritas_TIGER Webinar_Validation & Certification of emerging composite technologies .pdf
6. Bureau Veritas_TIGER Webinar_Validation & Certification of emerging composite technologies .pdf
4. IFREMER_TIGER webinar_Testing composites in harsh seawater environments, why bother.pdf
4. IFREMER_TIGER webinar_Testing composites in harsh seawater environments, why bother.pdf
5. National Composite Centre_TIGER webinar_Lower cost manufacturing techniques for composites and tooling for Tidal.pdf
5. National Composite Centre_TIGER webinar_Lower cost manufacturing techniques for composites and tooling for Tidal.pdf
1. SABELLA_TIGER webinar_HARNESSING TIDAL STREAM POWER FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE.pdf
1. SABELLA_TIGER webinar_HARNESSING TIDAL STREAM POWER FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE.pdf
2. MINESTO_TIGER webinar_COMPOSITE NEEDS IN GLIDER DESIGN.pdf
2. MINESTO_TIGER webinar_COMPOSITE NEEDS IN GLIDER DESIGN.pdf
3. University of Edinburgh_TIGER Webinar_FASTBLADE Structural Composite research facility.pdf
3. University of Edinburgh_TIGER Webinar_FASTBLADE Structural Composite research facility.pdf

Details

The third in a series of six supply chain seminar events as part of the TIGER project.

The webinar was held on 13 October 2020 and focused on Growing the supply chain for cost effective reliable composite blades, tooling and sensor design for tidal turbines.

This two-hour session brings together tidal turbine developers, academics and suppliers who are at the forefront of research and industrial innovation in the field of composite technologies for use in harsh saltwater environments. The TIGER project is looking to bring cross-sector supply chain capability and innovation into the development of world leading tidal energy projects.

This webinar was hosted in the framework of SEA TECH WEEK and facilitated by Morbihan Hydro Energies.

Agenda