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Conference Day 2

8:45 AM - 9:00 AM Registration and welcome coffee


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Marc Seidel

Design Manager Offshore Foundations
Siemens AG

Advances in protective coatings to avoid costly repairs

9:15 AM - 9:45 AM Use of Thermally Sprayed Aluminium (TSA) to reduce the foundation manufacturing and maintenance costs

  • Mitigation of internal monopile corrosion using TSA
  • Multi-physics modelling environment for foundation design using TSA
  • Life cycle cost model for coatings (TSA and paint)
  • Resistance of TSA to piling and TSA mudline corrosion behaviour
  • Application of TSA coating before monopile and jacket fabrication

Advances in protective coatings to avoid costly repairs

9:45 AM - NaN:NaN AM Keeping it simple

Clare McDermott, Global Key Account Manager Wind Energy, AkzoNobel
  • Simplifying specification
  • Understanding the role of testing
  • Maintenance solutions

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Clare McDermott

Global Key Account Manager Wind Energy
AkzoNobel

Advances in protective coatings to avoid costly repairs

10:15 AM - NaN:NaN AM Cost reduction for corrosion protection by advanced coating systems

Dr. Christian Bruchertseifer, Lab Manager Waterproofing Resins, BASF Coatings GmbH Emilio Reales, Founder and Managing Director, Maritime Offshore Group GmbH
  • Introduction of an advanced coating system
  • System build-up
  • Main Advantages
  • Areas of Application
  • Case study for offshore support structures


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Dr. Christian Bruchertseifer

Lab Manager Waterproofing Resins
BASF Coatings GmbH
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Emilio Reales

Founder and Managing Director
Maritime Offshore Group GmbH

10:45 AM - 11:15 AM Refreshment break and networking

Advances in protective coatings to avoid costly repairs

11:15 AM - 11:45 AM Damages to, and repair of, protective coating systems for offshore wind power constructions

Tom Marquardt, Project Engineer, Muehlhan AG
  • Damage statistics
  • Origins of damages
  • Damage assessment
  • Maintenance strategies
  • Repair coating systems

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Tom Marquardt

Project Engineer
Muehlhan AG

Advances in protective coatings to avoid costly repairs

11:45 AM - 12:15 PM Coatings and extended lifetime for offshore wind structures

Nana Eckhardt, Specialist Corrosion and Metallurgy, Force Technology
  • Coating systems with long service life
  • Trends and new standards
  • Accelerated testing of conventional wet epoxy technology and Fusion Bonded Epoxy technology for offshore wind

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Nana Eckhardt

Specialist Corrosion and Metallurgy
Force Technology

Advances in protective coatings to avoid costly repairs

12:15 PM - 12:45 PM Protective coatings and prevention of MIC: trends, experience and open questions

Job Klijnstra, Expert Fouling Control & Material Protection, Endures B.V.
  • Protective Coatings in maritime applications: some case studies
  • Microorganisms and protective coatings: (how) do they interact?
  • Which prevention strategy against MIC is useful and when?

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Job Klijnstra

Expert Fouling Control & Material Protection
Endures B.V.

Advances in protective coatings to avoid costly repairs

12:45 PM - 1:15 PM Biocorrosion – Advantages of an holistic monitoring approach

Tim Heusinger von Waldegge, Research Fellow, Fraunhofer Institute of Wind Energy and Energy System Technology IWES
  • Experience with biocorrosion
  • Testing and monitoring
  • Microbial Induced Corrosion
  • Bacteria, Biofilm, Fouling

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Tim Heusinger von Waldegge

Research Fellow
Fraunhofer Institute of Wind Energy and Energy System Technology IWES

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM Networking luncheon

Corrosion Protection Deep Dive

2:45 PM - 3:30 PM Choose your main discussion topic and deepen your knowledge in close dialogue with experts by pointed questions:

A Long term performance
B Integrity of ICCP systems
C New monitoring ideas

Deep Dive recap: The intensive discussions in the working groups are followed by a short wrap up to summarize the discussion outcomes in plenum

Monitoring and inspection of corrosion to predict lifetime

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Integrity monitoring of offshore wind farms

Birit Buhr Jensen, Lead Corrosion Specialist, DONG Energy
  • Corrosion protection design
  • Test methods for measuring corrosion and performance

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Birit Buhr Jensen

Lead Corrosion Specialist
DONG Energy

Monitoring and inspection of corrosion to predict lifetime

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Risk based inspection as a method to optimise maintenance and inspection

Stuart Hamilton, Principal Corrosion Engineer, Lloyd’s Register Energy, UK
  • Risk based inspection principles and method
  • Defining credible degradation mechanisms
  • Inspection planning and optimisation
  • Assessment of anomalies and remedial action plan

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Stuart Hamilton

Principal Corrosion Engineer
Lloyd’s Register Energy, UK

Update in current standards and requirements

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM Update on guidelines for corrosion protection for offshore wind

Günter Binder, Head of Section Steel Structures and Corrosion Protection, Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau
  • Guidance on MIC and related risks
  • Environmental concerns and related requirements
  • Long term tests and accreditation for coatings

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Günter Binder

Head of Section Steel Structures and Corrosion Protection
Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau

Update in current standards and requirements

5:00 PM - NaN:NaN AM Corrosion protection design according to DNV GL standards and recommended practices - possibilities and boundaries

Marc Seidel, Design Manager Offshore Foundations, Siemens AG
  • Freedom of design vs. rules to follow – how to find the site specific approach
  • OPEX vs. CAPEX: Optimized corrosion protection
  • Choice of corrosion protection strategies for installation phase
  • Impact of corrosion on the fatigue design

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Marc Seidel

Design Manager Offshore Foundations
Siemens AG

5:30 PM - 5:59 PM Closing remarks and end of conference

Marc Seidel, Design Manager Offshore Foundations, Siemens AG

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Marc Seidel

Design Manager Offshore Foundations
Siemens AG