We provided independent verification and optimisation for a novel impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) design on an offshore wind turbine monopole.
We helped our client identify and rectify shortfalls in its proposed cathodic protection (CP) design, and worked with DNV to rectify an error spotted in its standard.
Our detailed analysis and expertise allowed our client to protect its unique turbine structure against an aggressive corrosion environment.
We provided an independent review of the corrosion protection for an FPSO, using our in-house FNCorrosion software to model complex geometry and interactions.
Our corrosion experts identified the underlying corrosion mechanisms and reviewed the proposed retrofit options for a windfarm’s monopiles
Links to sponsor members of the Frazer-Nash team as they take on the London Marathon.
Frazer-Nash was asked to undertake an economic assessment of an R&D facility that will be used to develop novel hydrogen production technologies.
Frazer-Nash led a multi-phase R&D programme, running until 2021, in the field of nuclear thermal hydraulics under the UK government's Nuclear Innovation Programme.
Frazer-Nash has a long successful history in understanding and supporting the ongoing operations of graphite reactors in the UK.
Frazer-Nash has a wealth of experience in structural assessment of high integrity components, including design substantiation against nuclear codes and standards.
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.