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This project involves research aspects of protecting wind turbine blades by enhancing and developing new coating in order to improve environmental protection of the blades by reducing water uptake and increasing erosion resistance.
The aim of this project is to investigate using of various nanomaterials in polymers and develop a new advanced coating of composite wind turbine blades for protection of wind turbine blades against extreme environmental conditions.
The outcomes of this research have applications with high societal and environmental impacts (e.g. for manufacturers and maintenance companies in wind turbine energy, for use on existing wind farms to reduce the shut down time of their turbine, etc.). The project will seek engagement with the research and industrial community.
Ambitious individual who earned his bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from Kingston University and masters in Chemical Engineering from UCL, interested in conducting research in nanomaterials and their association to enhance renewable energy protection and efficiency.