Registration is now open for the 2024 Sandia Blade Workshop

July 1, 2024 9:32 am Published by

We are pleased to announce registration is now open for the 2024 Sandia Blade Workshop.  

To register, please visit the Eventbrite webpage, and keep in mind that your registration is not complete until also paying the registration fee on Sandia Pay. The registration fee is waived for invited speakers and panelists. The event will take place at the Embassy Suites in Albuquerque, NM, where there is a hotel room block for the event. 

The workshop brings together wind industry experts, wind farm stakeholders and operators, manufacturers, and researchers to address the major topics for wind turbine blades, facilitate interaction and networking among the attendees and identify future technology pathways. 

We look forward to seeing you this year to connect, exchange ideas, and explore the latest in wind turbine blade research and development. Join our knowledgeable speakers and panelists for engaging wind turbine blades presentations and panel sessions and much more on the following themes: 

  • Innovating Big Rotors for X 
  • Growth vs. Reliability: What are the trade-offs? 
  • Owners and Operators: Best practices to reliable blade operations 
  • Design Methods for Blade Lifetime 
  • Blade Reliability, Repairs, and Inspection 
  • Field Experiments and Measurements 
  • Innovation in Materials and Manufacturing 
  • Control for Wind Farm Performance and Reliability 
  • Challenges for Offshore Blades 
  • Leading Edge Erosion   
  • High Reynolds Number Aerodynamics 

The main workshop will be Tuesday, Sept. 17th and Wednesday, September 18th.  We encourage you to also join us for project meetings, international working groups, collaboration, and networking on Monday, Sept. 16th, Thursday Sept. 19th, and Friday, Sept. 20th. More details and side event registration options can be found on Eventbrite. The workshop will be in-person only, and unfortunately, we are not able to offer a virtual participation option.  

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