Related projects

Innovation Foundation (IFD) project DURALEDGE/Durable leading edges for high tip speed wind turbine blades

  • Objective: The objective of the DURALEDGE project is to understanding themechanisms of leading edge erosion of wind turbine blades, and to develop new new highly durable protective coatings and guidelines for the coating development. Partners: Vestas, Siemens Gamesa, LM Wind Power, Hempel, Covestro, DTU


EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program) project IEA Wind Task 45: Wind Turbine Blade Recycling  (2022-2024, 1.3 Mio DKK)

The sustainability and recyclability of wind turbines became especially important due to the ageing and decommissioning of wind turbines installed in the 2000s. While 90% of wind turbine structures are recyclable and reusable, the recycling of polymer composites-based blades remains a significant challenge for the wind energy industry. To address this problem, the IEA Wind TCP Task 45 international network is built around three multi-disciplinary topics: 1) the technical aspects of recycling, waste prevention, reuse, and recycling technology; 2) integrated life cycle assessment and value chains, sustainable business models, and circular economy; and 3) standardization, certification, and legislation. The aim is to identify, explore, influence, and support decisions through exchange of information, analysis, and targeted dissemination of results.

Link: https://windenergy.dtu.dk/english/research/research-projects/iea-wind-tcp-task-45-wind-turbine-blade-recycling

Conferences:  International Conference on Sustainable Wind Turbine Blades: New Materials, Recycling and Future Perspectives, November 21-23, 2022, Roskilde, Denmark. 

Link: https://www.conferencemanager.dk/recyc


US-Danish collaborative project (DTU, New York University, Tufts University)  "Structural health monitoring and maintenance of wind turbine blades", 2020-2022

  • Objective: formulate strategy and common approaches toward structural health monitoring and maintenance of off-shore and on-shore wind turbines. Partners: New York University, Tufts University, DTU Wind Energy
  • Symposia and conferences: Symposium on New Developments in Structural Health Monitoring of Wind Turbines, 23.11.2020

 

 

 

Contact

Leon MISHNAEVSKY Jr.
Senior Scientist
DTU Wind
+45 46 77 57 29
https://www.maintainergy.dk/erosion-and-shm
7 OCTOBER 2022