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The Front Cover

Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) is a German research institute that has been engaged in exploring the possibility of using infrared hermography (IRT) for the inspection of wind turbine blades (WTBs). BAM recently partnered with Marburg-based Latoda for a feasibility study which combines IRT along with artificial intelligence (AI)-based data analysis. On page 7 you can read more about IRT-based scanning of WTBs from the ground.


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Features

Combining Infrared Thermography and AI
By Michael Stamm, Somsubhro, Chaudhuri and Daniel Hein, BAM, Germany
 
By Christian Bak, DTU Wind and Energy Systems, Denmark

 

By Wouter Maas, Strategy Director Offshore Wind O&M, Fugro, the Netherlands

By David W. Smith, Solutions Architect, Baker Hughes, USA

 

Windtech Future

Vertical Axis Wind Turbines, Past, Present and Future

By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

View from Inside

By Peter Rae AO, President of WWEA, Australia

 

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Windtech International March April 2023 issue 

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