Added Values is behind two articles on materials on wind turbines bearings and gas turbines
Two employees with Added Values have published two articles in the recent edition of ”Practical Metallography” which has special focus on metallography in Denmark.
Kristian Vinter Dahl and John Hald are behind the article “Identification of Precipitates in an IN792 Gas Turbine Blade after Service Exposure” which, based on advanced metallurgical analyses and models, describes the corrosion mechanisms of gas turbine blades and how this can help assess the remaining life time.
Kristian Vinter Dahl is co-writer on the article “Application of Complementary Techniques for Advanced Characterization of White Etching Cracks” describing WEC – White Etching Cracks – in extremely loaded wind turbine bearings. The results are based on advanced metallurgical analysis techniques and can be used to assess the very complex mechanisms which may lead to cracks.
Please contact Added Values should you want a copy of the articles.