Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London
Engage with market leaders at the forefront of using turbine technologies for tidal projects and adress the challenges encountered in getting key tidal power projects coming online
Held at the Institution's London headquarters, the latest Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture lecture combines a case study presentation about how new turbine technologies are being used for power generation. Attendees will gain technical insights into the challenges being faced from an engineering perspective and how industry leaders are overcoming these issues.
Tidal turbine systems technology presents a number of interesting engineering challenges, driven by the harsh environment in which those systems are deployed. Atlantis Resources’ Turbines and Engineering has mastered those challenges with the AR1500 turbine system; a system where no one engineering discipline applies in isolation, and where mechanical optimisation is crucial.
Free to attend - register your place today!
17:30 - Day 1 Programme
17.30 - Registration and light refreshments
18.00 - Lecture begins
19.00 - Q&A session
19:30 - Lecture concludes
Drew Blaxland: Director of Turbines and Engineering, Atlantis Resources Ltd
Drew Blaxland heads up the Turbines and Engineering Services Division for the ARL group. He and his team have just deployed and commissioned the AR1500 in record time at the MeyGen site in Scotland. Drew is from Sydney originally, and previous to his ten years of pioneering in the tidal industry, spent a portion of his professional career in the Balkans where he headed up the civilian United Nations engineering support to peace-keeping forces in Bosnia. He has an honours degree in Civil Engineering and an MBA from Bond University awarded with High Distinction.
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