Webcast: Design and manufacture of wind blades

A new four-chapter, 45-minute webcast presented by Dassault Systèmes, featuring ESI Group, and sponsored by CompositesWorld, explores the global demand for wind blades and best practices for blade design and manufacture.

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Composite materials are not new to the energy industry. For more than 20 years they’ve been used in everything from risers for offshore oil and gas exploration to pressure vessels for natural gas storage in vehicles. Now, wind blade design companies stand to reap the benefits of the wind energy industry's tremendous growth in demand and investments. But only those with the most capable design and manufacturing models will succeed in producing designs equal to the task.

By borrowing the best practices of composites blade design from the aerospace industry, wind turbine blade manufacturers can avoid costly errors and significantly reduce the time and cost of design, analysis and testing - while manufacturing stronger products with higher energy outputs.

A new four-chapter, 45-minute webcast presented by Dassault Systèmes, featuring ESI Group, and sponsored by CompositesWorld, explores the global demand for wind blades and best practices for blade design and manufacture. Click here to access the webcast, titled, “Wind Turbine Blade Composites Design: Leveraging Aerospace Advances for Improved Durability.”