Tagged with Renewable Energy

Master’s in hand, pursing a Ph.D.

Master’s in hand, pursing a Ph.D.

Congratulations to DeAnna Sewell for successfully defending her Master’s Thesis in the Fall of 2012.  The thesis was titled, ” Wave Loads on Multi-member Offshore Wind Turbine Substructures.”  DeAnna is now pursing a Ph.D. at the University of Colorado where she will continue studying loads of offshore wind turbines.  She collaborates closely with the National … Continue reading

Not a bad view from the office!

Not a bad view from the office!

DeAnna Sewell (M.S. 2012) from the Air Sea Interaction Laboratory is certified to climb the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment’s wind turbine to help facilitate studies on the 256-foot-tall machine.  The 2-mega watt turbine is located  at the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus, near the Air Sea Interaction Laboratory’s Wind-Wave-Current Flume.  The Gamesa turbine became operational … Continue reading