Main research results are concentrated in the design of wind turbine blades, the linear stability analysis.
Wind power has become an indispensable part of an environmentally friendly power supply. According to the Global Wind Energy Council, the global wind power capacity will quadruple to 2,110 gigawatts by 2030 – constituting 20 percent of the global electricity supply. Therefore it is all the more important for this growth market that wind turbines become more efficient, more reliable and more durable.
According to industry machinery experts, weak points in blade production, for example, could result in unplanned additional operation and maintenance costs amounting to several hundred thousand euros over the entire service life of the turbine. To increase the efficiency and reliability of wind turbines, now some program has developed a material scanner for checking the quality of rotor blades. Using radar-based technology, defects in the material composition of the wind turbine blades can be detected in even greater detail.
Saivs’s wind power metal parts with high quality are widely used in those industry.

Wind Turbine Blades

Wind Turbine Blades