Terracon's latest wind turbine foundations are created with superior geodesign and patent-pending innovations to produce a foundation that uses significantly less concrete than its gravity-spread counterpart. The result is a foundation that can withstand increased loads with a significantly smaller carbon footprint.
Join Terracon on November 10 for three presentations to learn more about the next generation of wind turbine foundations.
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Learn why the process of non-linear dynamic analysis gives us more accurate turbine repowering data. This session features a presentation by Spencer Ness, graduate student in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences. His research focuses on the dynamic and long-term performance of onshore and offshore wind turbine foundations. Register here.
With proper maintenance, foundation stiffness degradation is negligible throughout the design life of the foundation. This session features a presentation by Yazen Khasawneh, Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences. Prof. Khasawneh has over 21 years of experience in geotechnical and geostructural engineering, design of underground structures, forensic geotechnical engineering, and foundation design. Register here.
Load Transfer Mechanism for Anchor Foundation
This presentation will discuss the mechanism of the ground anchors in improving the ground and providing resistance to uplift from operating moments. Register here.