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Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture 2010

Start Date:07 Dec 10 End Date:09 Dec 10


AMI is pleased to announce the new international conference on Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture. The conference will take place 7-9 December 2010 at the Maritim Hotel in Düsseldorf, Germany. There will be a welcome reception and registration on the first evening followed by a two day programme of presentations.

With expanding alternative energy markets worldwide, wind farms are extending offshore and onshore, leading to an increasing demand for turbines and blades. The size of turbines is also growing, which gives new challenges to blade manufacturers. This conference aims to bring together workers from the wind turbine industry, design engineers, composites manufacturing experts, materials suppliers, equipment suppliers and end users of blades, to discuss the latest challenges from design, materials and composites processing, to qualification and testing. As with other new energy markets, the cost per unit needs to be reduced to make the technology more sustainable.

Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture 2010 provides a unique opportunity to debate the issues for wind blade manufacturers, end users, researchers, test houses, and materials and technology suppliers to the industry.

For further information, please send an enquiry.


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