EUDP-financed project to bring turbine blades to market faster

Through a four-pronged project, a number of players aim to reduce time to market for large turbine blades by improving the quality of fatigue testing. The goal is to reduce the number of unplanned repairs.

Dual Axis Blade Exciter, R&D Test Systems | Photo: R&D Test Systems

The stages of a wind turbine from design to production to installation must be shortened.

This is the mission statement of Blatigue-2, which has received funding through Denmark’s Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP). Using four different technologies, the parties behind the project will explore how to improve efficiency of fatigue testing related to turbines.

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