9 Deep Sea Offshore Wind R&D Seminar

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Final draft programme 4 January 2011 9th Deep Sea Offshore Wind R&D Seminar
19-20 January 2012, Royal Garden Hotel, Kjøpmannsgata 73, Trondheim, NORWAY
09.00 09.30 09.40 10.10 10.30 11.00 11.30 11.55 12.00 13.00 13.10 13.40 14.00 14.20 14.40 15.00 15.30 15.35 15.55 16.15 16.35 16.55 17.00 19.00 Thursday 19 January Registration & coffee Opening session – offshore wind outlook Chairs: John Olav Tande, SINTEF/NOWITECH and Trond Kvamsdal, NTNU/NOWITECH Opening and welcome by chair The European offshore wind market deployment: forecasts for 2020 – 2030; Arapogianni Athanasia, EWEA
Status and plans for offshore wind in Japan; Prof Chuichi Arakawa, University of Tokyo
Offshore wind research and development in USA; Senu Sirnivas, NREL
Innovations in Offshore Wind Technology through R&D, John Olav Tande, NOWITECH
Coupled fluid‐structure interaction simulation; Prof Yuri Bazilevs, University of California Summary and discussions by chair Lunch Parallel sessions A1) New turbine technology
B1) Power system integration C1) Met‐ocean conditions
Chairs: Prof Ole G. Dahlhaug, NTNU, Chairs: Prof Kjetil Uhlen, NTNU, Chairs: Prof J Reuder, Uni. of Bergen, Prof Gerard J.W. van Bussel, TU Delft Prof Olimpo Anaya‐Lara, Strathclyde Erik Berge, Kjeller Vindteknikk Introduction by Chair Introduction by Chair
Introduction by Chair
Considerations when designing large Development of offshore grids, Terje Offshore meso‐scale modelling, wind turbines, Torolf Pettersen, Gjengedal, UMB (TBC) extremes, wakes and tall profiles, Blaaster Hans E. Jørgensen, DTU DeepWind 5MW baseline design, Control challenges and possibilities for Uwe S. Paulsen, Risø DTU large offshore wind farms, Prof Olimpo Anaya‐Lara, Univ. Strathclyde An Investigation of Aeroelastic Stability Coordinated control between wind and Sensor movement correction for on Large Offshore Wind Turbines, hydro power systems through HVDC direct turbulence measurements in Lars Frøyd, PhD stud, NTNU links, Atsede Endegnanew, SINTEF the marine atmospheric boundary layer, Prof Martin Flügge, University of Bergen A Method for Analysis of VAWT Temporary Rotor Inertial Control of Wind Modelling the effect of ocean waves Aerodynamic Loads under Turbulent Turbine to Support the Grid Frequency on the atmospheric and ocean Wind and Platform Motion, Regulation, Bing Liu, PhD stud, NTNU boundary layers, Alastair D. Jenkins, Karl Merz, Post Doc, NTNU Uni Computing Multi‐Rotors; A Solution to 20 MW and Voltage Source Converter HVDC Links –
First results of turbulence Beyond? Mike Branney, PhD stud, The state of the Art and Issues Going measurements in a wind park with University of Strathclyde forward, Dr Mike Barnes, University of the Small Unmanned Meteorological Manchester Observer SUMO, Prof Joachim Reuder, University of Bergen Refreshments A2) New turbine technology B2) Grid connection
C2) Met‐ocean conditions
Chairs: Prof Ole G. Dahlhaug, NTNU, Chairs: Prof Kjetil Uhlen, NTNU, Chairs: Prof J Reuder, Uni. of Bergen, Prof Gerard J.W. van Bussel, TU Delft Prof Olimpo Anaya‐Lara, Strathclyde Erik Berge, Kjeller Vindteknikk Introduction by Chair Introduction by Chair
Introduction by Chair
Large superconducting wind turbine Modelling and control of Multi‐terminal An insight into floating lidars for generators, A.B. Abrahamsen, DTU VSC HVDC systems, Jef Beerten, PhD offshore wind measurements, Matt stud, University of Leuven (KU Leuven) Smith, Natural Power A Modular Series Connected Converter Fault‐ride‐through testing of wind for a High Voltage, Transformer‐ turbines, Helge Seljeseth, SINTEF Less Offshore Wind Power Generator Drive, Sverre Gjerde, PhD stud, NTNU Technological advances in Hydraulic Wind turbine model validation with Drivetrains for Wind Turbines measurements, Jorun Marvik, SINTEF Knud Erik Thomsen, ChapDrive A 10MW Radial Flux Permanent The Assessment of Overvoltage Magnet Generator for Offshore Wind protection in Offshore Wind Farms, A.H. Power Application Plant, Soloot, PhD stud, NTNU Zhaoqiang Zhang, PhD stud, NTNU Closing by Chair Closing by Chair
Poster session with refreshments (see next page for list of posters)
Dinner Comparison of met‐mast and lidar measurements at Frøya, Prof Lars Sætran, NTNU Experiences and results from the Statoil Lidar measurements at Utsira, Yngve Ydersbond, Kjeller Vindteknikk AS Closing by Chair Final draft programme 4 January 2011 9th Deep Sea Offshore Wind R&D Seminar
19-20 January 2012, Royal Garden Hotel, Kjøpmannsgata 73, Trondheim, NORWAY
17.00 19.00 Thursday 19 January Poster Session with refreshments 1. Effect of Forced Excitation on Wind Turbine with Dynamic Analysis in Deep Offshore Wind, Prof Chuichi Arakawa, University of Tokyo 2. Structural design and analysis of a 10 MW wind turbine blade, Kevin Cox, PhD stud, NTNU 3. Effect of Process Parameters on the Fatigue Properties of Composites for Wind Turbine Blades, Prof Andreas T. Echtermeyer, NTNU 4. Two‐dimensional fluid‐structure interaction, Knut Nordanger, PhD stud, NTNU 5. Incidence of the switching frequency on efficiency and power density of power conversion topologies for offshore wind turbines, Rene A. Barrera, PhD stud, NTNU 6. Roadmap to the deployment of offshore wind energy in the Central and Southern North Sea (2020 – 2030), Daniel Huertas Hernando, SINTEF 7. GPS Synchronisation of Harmonic and Transient Measurements in Offshore Wind Farms, Łukasz Hubert Kocewiak, DONG Energy 8. EMC Challenges During Harmonic and Transient Measurements in Offshore Wind Farms, Łukasz Hubert Kocewiak, DONG Energy 9. Benefits of Asymmetric HVDC Links for the North Sea Super Grid, Til Kristian Vrana, PhD stud, NTNU 10. Frequency and voltage control from an offshore wind farm connected to an oil platform in islanded operation, Atle Rygg Årdal, SINTEF 11. Challenges and rationale for laboratory testing in offshore grids research, Kjell Ljøkelsøy, SINTEF 12. An approach to model the statistics of wind speed and wind power increments on a 10min time scale, Prof Hans Georg Beyer, University of Agder 13. Upper Ocean Response to Large Wind Farm Effect in the Presence of Surface Gravity Waves, Mostafa Bakhoday Paskyabi, PhD stud, University of Bergen, 14. A probabilistic approach to introduce risk measurement indicators to an offshore wind project evaluation – improvement to an existing tool ECUME, Fanny Douard, EDF 15. Selection of important RAMS parameters for 10MW reference wind turbine, Zafar Hameed, PhD stud, NTNU 16. Fatigue analysis of copper conductor for offshore wind turbines by experimental and FE method, Fachri Nasution, PhD stud, NTNU 17. Maintenance strategies for large offshore wind farms, Matti Scheu, NTNU 18. Mooring system optimization for floating wind turbines using frequency domain analysis, Matthias Brommundt, NTNU 19. Installation and sub‐structures PLOCAN, a multiuse offshore platform, José Joaquín Hernández‐Brito, Plocan 20. A novel tool for FEM analysis of offshore wind turbines with innovative visualization techniques, Paul E. Thomassen, post doc, NTNU 21. Iterative optimization approach for the design of full‐height lattice towers for offshore wind turbines, Daniel Zwick, PhD stud, NTNU 22. Performance and turbulence measurements on an array of two model wind turbines, F. Pierella, PhD stud, NTNU 23. Active Power Control with Undead‐Band Voltage & Frequency Droop for HVDC Converters in Large Meshed DC Grids, Til Kristian Vrana, PhD stud NTNU 24. TBC Dinner Final draft programme 4 January 2011 9th Deep Sea Offshore Wind R&D Seminar
19-20 January 2012, Royal Garden Hotel, Kjøpmannsgata 73, Trondheim, NORWAY
08.30 08.35 09.05 09.25 09.45 10.05 10.35 10.40 11.00 11.05 11.35 12.05 12.35 13.05 13.10 Friday 20 January Parallel sessions D) Operations & maintenance Chairs: Jørn Heggset, SINTEF, Stefan Faulstich, Fraunhofer Introduction by Chair Distributed, hierarchical sensor network enabling park wide control of O&M on demand, Matthijs Leeuw, TNO Occupational safety management in the offshore wind industry – status and challenges, Eirik Albrechtsen, SINTEF Monitoring Offshore Wind Energy Use in Europe – Offshore WMEP, Stefan Faulstich, Fraunhhofer IWES E) Installation & sub‐structures
Chairs: Hans‐Gerd Busmann, Fraunhofer, Jørgen Krokstad, Statkraft Introduction by Chair
Monopiles and the competitiveness versus jacket structures, Prof Lars Bo Ibsen, Aalborg University F) Wind farm modelling
Chairs: Prof Trond Kvamsdal, NTNU, Peter Hauge Madsen, Risø DTU Introduction by Chair
Experimental results of the NOWITECH/NORCOWE wake blind test, Pål Egil Eriksen, PhD stud, NTNU Feasibility of Application of Spar‐type Wind Turbine in a Moderate Water Depth, Post.Doc Madjid Karimirad, NTNU Effects of hydrodynamic modelling in fully coupled simulations of a semisubmersible wind turbine, Phd stud. Marit I. Kvittem, NTNU Improved pile foundation modeling for offshore wind turbine support structures with the Finite Element Method, Phd stud. Eric Van Buren, NTNU Wake modelling, Steffan Ivanell, University of Gotland (TBC) Wake Modeling with the Actuator Disc concept, Arne Reidar Gravdahl, WindSim AS Recent Advances in Modelling Wind Parks in STAR‐CCM+, Steve Evans, CD‐
adapco Offshore wind farm optimisation, Trygve Skjold, GexCon On the development of Condition based Maintenance Strategy for Offshore Wind Farm: Requirement Elicitation Phase, Idriss El‐Thalji, VTT Hywind: Two years in operation, what The full‐height lattice tower concept,
have we learnt and where are we Prof Michael Muskulus, NTNU going? Sverre Trollnes, Statoil Closing by Chair Closing by Chair
Closing by Chair Refreshments Closing session – Innovations in Offshore Wind Technology
Chairs: John Olav Tande, SINTEF/NOWITECH and Ole G. Dahlhaug, NTNU/NOWITECH Introduction by Chair Innovations in Offshore Wind Technology by [email protected], Jos Beurskens, ECN (TBC)
A floating multi‐turbine platform, Marc Lefranc, WindSea
Cost reductions through innovations, Phil de Villiers, The Carbon Trust (TBC)
Progress of Havsul offshore wind farm; Dag Breistein, Vestavind Offshore (TBC)
Closing by Chair Lunch 
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