The CTC Technology Centre is currently developing a digital twin of an industrial electrical machine. The initiative aims to predict the degradation of the electric motor and anticipate possible damage and errors that may be caused during the asset’s lifetime. Electrical machines are becoming increasingly complex and technical, so keeping them running at peak performance […]
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The CTC Technology Centre has launched the GREENPAINT project, which aims to develop more respectful and environmentally friendly paints for corrosion protection. It is an innovative solution that the centre will perform with nanomaterials and water-based resins to offer a sustainable improvement of anti-corrosion coatings used for metal substrates. Eco-friendly paints are generally used to […]
The CTC Technology Centre has embarked on a new initiative to promote photovoltaic solar energy at sea using innovative technologies and materials. Through the PVFLOAT project, the only technology centre in Cantabria is committed to creating floating solar platforms to increase the production of this renewable and pollution-free energy. In this regard, CTC is working […]
The CTC Technology Centre is working as a collaborating partner in the nationwide project ‘Fusion Future’. It is an initiative that aims to research new materials, processes and technologies that will help in the future construction of nuclear fusion power plants and thus boost the use of fusion energy. The Fusion Energy Roadmap developed by […]
MooringSense, the European project led by the CTC Technology Centre, has attracted the attention of the Floating Offshore Wind Mooring Subcommittee, a body focused on floating offshore wind that makes up the international association World Forum Offshore Wind (WFO). The MooringSense consortium presented the project and its objectives in detail to the WFO subcommittee in […]
The Technological Centre CTC has one more Ph.D. among its research staff, a milestone that further increases the centre’s specialisation in marine corrosion. Rosa Griñón, Project Manager in the area of Industry and Energy at the Technological Centre CTC, submitted her doctoral thesis “A Mechanistic Approach to Predict Long Term Performance of Coatings” and it […]
The director of the Santander Oceanographic Centre of the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO), Luis Valdés, visited the facilities of the CTC Technology Centre in the Science and Technology Park of Cantabria (PCTCAN), where he was received by Beatriz Sancristóbal, General Manager of the centre, and Álvaro Rodríguez, director of Business Development. This was the […]
MooringSense, the European research project led by the CTC Technology Centre, has attracted particular interest during the 40th edition of the International Conference on Ocean, Offshore & Arctic Engineering (OMAE), the most eminent technical-scientific congress worldwide on Offshore technology for Oil&Gas and marine renewable energies. Over 1,000 attendees from 40 countries participate annually in the […]
The European MooringSense project is successfully advancing in developing technologies that will enable designing an efficient strategy for managing the structural integrity of mooring systems. The international research, which aims to reduce the costs associated with floating offshore wind energy production by 10-15%, has reached its halfway point, and it has passed all the milestones […]
The PREDICARG project has reached the end of its implementation successfully, and the consortium member organisations are happy with the outcome. The initiative has adapted well to development contingencies and the impact of the pandemic. This system will provide secure and uninterrupted information needed to calculate the remaining service life of anchoring systems for floating […]