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Lee, Jaehyeun (author)
Fatigue is often a governing design factor for offshore wind turbines. Since the design of offshore wind turbines includes conservatism, the actual accumulated fatigue damage can be lower than what the turbine is designed for. In this case, the operator can make a decision on life time extension of existing wind turbines. Therefore, it is...
master thesis 2019
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Owen, Cody (author)
Offshore wind energy has very recently begun expanding into subarctic regions with seasonally ice-infested waters like the Baltic Sea. For offshore wind turbines with conventional support structures such as monopiles and jackets that are typically flexible and vertically sided, the phenomenon known as ice-induced vibrations can develop. In...
master thesis 2017
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Rhomberg, Matthieu (author)
Optimization of structures in a domain with large uncertainties is rather difficult. This also applies for the offshore wind energy sector. For current offshore wind energy development locations with monopile-based support structures the fatigue limit state is the driving design criteria. These analyses are connected with long time domain...
master thesis 2017
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Mendoza Espinosa, Jorge (author)
Jacket support structures are a preferred solution for offshore wind turbines in deeper waters. Extensive knowledge exists in relation to its construction technique as well as its crucial components, but due to considerable cost pressure, continued optimization is essential for the future competitiveness of the concept in the offshore wind...
master thesis 2017
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