TIGER & MONITOR webinar – Modelling reliability for tidal turbines

In 2020, a series of six TIGER supply chain webinars were organised, in collaboration with leading tidal energy developers and other industry experts. These webinars opened up supply chains and brought new ideas into the development of tidal stream energy.

To view the webinar recordings and access the resources, please see our webinar resources summary page.

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Webinar Invitation – Modelling reliability for tidal turbines

24 February 2021 , 11.00 – 12.30 (GMT)

You are invited to join a tidal reliability webinar, hosted by the MONITOR project in collaboration with TIGER.

This event will focus on improvements to reliability modelling for tidal turbines, drawing on numerical and laboratory models, as well as real case studies.

To register for the event, please click the link below:

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Agenda

  • MONITOR & TIGER introduction & overview: Michael Togneri, Swansea University & Philipp Thies, University of Exeter
  • ORE Catapult (OREC): Summary of VMEA
  • TIGER case study – reliability & failures in tidal stream turbines: Philipp Thies, University of Exeter
  • Lab work – measurements of loads & flow conditions:  Myriam Slama, Université Le Havre Normandie
  • BEMT – flow conditions, geometry & load prediction: Iestyn Evans, Swansea University
  • TIGER case study – assessing the environmental impact of tidal turbine blades using CA: Stuart Walker, University of Exeter
  • At-sea work – data available, measurement & analysis strategies: André Pacheco, Universidade do Algarve
  • Panel discussion | collaboration & research priorities

* Please note this live webinar will be recorded and made openly accessible as per Interreg funding requirements.,

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