Inspection, repair and maintenance of wind turbine rotor blades

Target audience:

Personnel who will be working in the wind industry specifically in relation to composite inspection and repair work. Personnel that perform job functions that have been risk assessed by their employer or their workplace duty holder as a function, where composite work training according to this standard may mitigate some of the identified hazards and risks.

The aim of the course:

To prepare fully trained and qualified specialists in wind turbine rotor blade inspection, repair and maintenance. To acquire the methods of inspection and repair of constructions made of composite materials on the basis of the polymer matrix.

Course content:

  • Manufacturing technologies of WTG rotor blades
  • Classification of repair works
  • Materials used: plastics, polyester resin and epoxide resin, fiberglass and carbon fiber
  • Technologies and methods for carrying out repair works
  • Blade constructions
  • Aerodynamic knots
  • Blade lamination
  • Safety rules in the process of work organisation
  • Use of personal protective equipment, fall arrest systems, interactions and procedures in case of emergency
  • Documentation
  • Practical tasks
  • Examination

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