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Funding has been granted for a new centre to develop and demonstrate offshore and onshore wind turbine asset. The facility is to be opened at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.

The Centre for Intelligent Asset Management (CIAM) is a partnership between the University and SgurrEnergy and will develop techniques to improve the availability of offshore wind farms and reduce the need for expensive reactive offshore maintenance. The news comes just months after the University, SgurrEnergy and David Brown Gear Systems unveiled plans for a new £2.35M Centre for Advanced Condition Monitoring (CACM) The new partnership will work alongside the CACM and the University’s Wind Energy Systems Centre Doctoral Training (CDT), which is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) The multi-disciplinary partnership involves academics from the University’s departments of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Management Science and Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management.
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