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Sotiriadis, Daan (author)
The installation of subsea cables connecting offshore wind turbines to the grid is a delicate process. This is especially the case for the operation of connecting the second end of the cable to the turbine. The applied method of using a quadrant means that in the workability analyses, multibody dynamics, line dynamics and sea state dynamics need...
master thesis 2020
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Badarinath, Karthik (author)
Wind power is the fastest-growing energy source and the offshore wind industry is expected to grow by over 80 GW through 2024. There is a need to reduce all associated costs to be competitive in a market that might be fully subsidy-free soon. Adapting a predictive or condition-based maintenance strategy can help in reducing O&M costs, as it...
master thesis 2019
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Termorshuizen, Jelmar (author)
The demand for renewable energy is growing, due to a growing awareness among people about the effect of burning fossil fuels on the environment. Governments have signed climate agreements and are obliged to decrease their level of exhaust gasses. This change in attitude regarding the environment led to an upcoming market for renewables. A...
master thesis 2019
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Wan, Mingyao (author)
Floating offshore solar platforms (FOSPs) are envisaged to become Ultra Large Floating Structures (ULFS) with horizontal dimensions of several kilometers. The payload of these structures comprises mainly the photovoltaic panels as well as cabling and limited electrical equipment. Thus the payload per unit area of these FOSPs is very low....
master thesis 2018
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