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


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 
Lead Session Chair:
Michael Muskulus, NTNU, Norway
Antoni Martinez, KIC Innoenergy, Spain
Wilfried Njomo Wandji Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Co-authors:
Wilfried NJOMO WANDJI (1) F Anand Natarajan (1) Nikolay Dimitrov (1) Thomas Buhl (1)
(1) Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark

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Presenter's biography

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NJOMO W. has been involved in construction industry for more than 10 years. He is currently enrolled at DTU Wind Energy as a PhD Fellow, where he studies probabilistic design of wind turbine structures. Prior to his enrolment, he obtained a degree in Civil engineering at the National Advanced School of Public Works in Yaoundé. He spent four years working as full time professional practitioner before joining Eastern Mediterranean University, Famagusta, for a Master Degree in Civil Engineering, option Structural Engineering. NJOMO has strong interests in design and construction of various engineering structures.

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