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Tuesday, 10 March 2015
17:00 - 18:30 Science & research: The hydrodynamic challenge

Science & research  

Room: A10

Session description

This session combines the latest results within hydrodynamic loading both in simulation and experimental.

Learning Objectives

1. be able to differentiate between different hydrodynamic models and their limitation
2. be able to judge floating platforms performance
3. judge the cost of energy impact by reducing uncertainties
4. discover the issues involving scale model testing

This session will be chaired by:
Michael Muskulus, President, European Academy of Wind Energy

Denis Matha, Team Leader Conceptual Design and System Simulation, University of Stuttgart, Germany
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