The Welding Institute – Wind Energy Challenges in integrity Management

The Welding institute meeting on Materials, Welding and Integrity issues in Offshore Wind

ICorr members are invited to attend a meeting on the theme of Offshore Wind Energy structures and their issues of materials, welding and integrity and will be held at TWI, Granta Park, Cambridge CB21 6AL on Thursday 15th March.

The line up of speakers, including:

Ben Wysome, Head of Department,  Offshore Wind team, Ramboll UK,

Mons Hauge, Chief Engineer Materials Technology, Statoil

Dr Stephan Brauser, Mannesmann and Dr Andreas Pittner, Federal Institute for Materials Research, Germany

Professor Michael Havro-Faber, Aalborg Universitet, Denmark

Professor Feargal Brennan, Cranfield University

Steve Marson, James Fisher Testing Services

Alan Denney, AKD Materials Consulting Ltd.

For full details of the meeting please access this link;

https://www.twi-global.com/media-and-events/events-diary/all-events

For Enrolment to the event, please click link below;

https://www.twi-global.com/media-and-events/events-diary/all-events

For Copy of the flyer please click link below;

Wind Energy – Challenges in integrity management r[6067]

 

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