A paper on global blockage effects, presented at Resource Assessment 2019 in Brussels.
This article, published in the May 2018 edition of The Engineer, explored the feasibility of domestic hydrogen appliances.
Frazer-Nash's Brian Gribben contributed to the above paper, presented at the EERA DeepWind 2017, 14th Deep Sea Offshore Wind R&D Conference, Trondheim, 18 - 20 January 2017.
Graham Hawkes' paper, presented at Wind Europe 2020, explores the need and potential for developing a
toolbox of methods to quantify blockage effects.
Our research and analysis helped deliver a better understanding of environmental phenomena and cyclic and static loading on turbine blades.
Working with the Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office (FCO), we took a five-stage approach to design, implement and sustain a PMO in the Estates and Security Directorate.
Development of a high power aerospace electrical propulsion shaft from early concept through to detailed design.
We provided our client with insight and understanding to inform its investment decisions on maintenance of propeller shaft components.
We helped our client investigate the potential use of Rim Drive Propulsors in acoustically sensitive marine environments.
Peter van Manen and Mark Stevens launch our regular blog, giving an insight into the world of Digital Twins.
In the first of our Digital Twin blog series, Peter van Manen and Mark Stevens share how Digital Twins unlock awareness, knowledge and action that can help us tackle the unknown unknowns.
In the second episode of our Digital Twin blog series, Peter van Manen and Mark Stevens consider how Digital Twins need to balance space, time and certainty.