Technology is essential to managing the energy transition as we look to provide clean, sustainable energy for all while mitigating the impacts of climate change. Akselos is working to improve the efficiency, reliability, and profitability of renewables to help lower carbon emissions and move towards cleaner energy through structural digital twins. Browse the latest news and thought leadership on our energy transition efforts.
When bearings fail to meet their expected life or performance levels, the consequences are significant. They can include increased down time, high maintenance costs, loss of revenue, and missed deliveries.
Akselos enables engineers to optimize products through fast 3D contact analysis that helps to reduce friction and extend bearing fatigue life.
Scientific Papers | Energy Hub | Life Extension | Operations | Parametric Components | Scale & Speed | Sensor Integration
RB-FEA based Digital Twin for structural integrity assessment of offshore structures
The speedup and level of detail achieved through the reduced basis finite element analysis (RB-FEA) technology is a key enabler for the Akselos’ digital twins.
Thanks to sensor data integration it enables true condition-based modeling of large and critical assets, allowing all relevant structural details to be included in the model. The result is the ability to operate critical assets beyond their design life.
Offshore Wind: Smart Design and Fabrication with Digital Twins co-hosted with Lamprell
In this webinar, you’ll hear about the collaboration between Lamprell and Akselos to fully optimize the end to end design process of each of the components in a wind turbine through constructible designs and structural digital twins. The partners aim to achieve a reduction in CAPEX, improved future design and optimized operations through Risk Based Inspection when the turbines / foundations are operational.
Extending the life of Ireland’s only pumped storage station with a structural digital twin, co-hosted with ESB
In this webinar you will hear about an ongoing project between ESB and technology provider Akselos, to use structural Digital Twins to determine the original design life of Turlough Hill, assess the impact of the historical operation of the plant and unlock further operational capabilities from Turlough Hill. This is done while ensuring the integrity of the asset and the safety of staff.
Digital twins or high performance wind system engineering and exascale deployment
Akselos Physic-Based Predictive Digital Twin, a mechanical simulation of the wind turbine that can be continually analysed, and re-analysed, throughout the life of the asset. Combined with sensor data from real turbine, the Digital Twin provides Top Predictive Power.
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