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Tuesday, 17 November 2015
14:30 - 16:00 Innovation for the new frontier: Offshore

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Turbine technology  

Room: Montmartre

Insightful overview of mainstream and trends in offshore wind as the industry achieves scale and approaches new challenges. Vision on potential breakthroughs or game-changers. Ideas for players involved.

  • Re-defining the state of the art: 8MW and 180m rotor
  • Pushing monopile design for up to 10MW WTG at up to 50m water depth
  • Prediction of dynamic response of floating offshore wind turbine

Learning objectives

  • Delegates will be able to list the mainstream and expected breakthroughs as offshore wind matures
  • Delegates will be able to summarize the opportunities and challenges in taking next generation large WTG from concept to market
  • Delegates will be able to identify the modeling necessary to develop monopiles feasible both for next-generation WTG and deeper waters
  • Delegates will be able to explain the effects of the mooring system on floating WTG dynamic behavior 
This session will be chaired by:
Michael Muskulus, Professor, NTNU, Norway

Antoni Martinez, CTO Renewable Energies, KIC Innoenergy, Spain

Abstract ID: 144 science & research
Wilfried Njomo Wandji
PhD Fellow, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Design of monopiles for multi-megawatt wind turbines at 50 m water depth

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Abstract ID: 312
Mark Spring
Lloyds Register EMEA, United Kingdom
Developing a Framework for Assurance of Floating Wind

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Fermin Catalan Apecechea
Chief Engineer, Chief Engineer, Adwen Offshore
Adwen’s 8MW platform: Next generation large rotors in the offshore wind Industry  

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