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van de Ven, Bas Xavier (author)
With increasing demand for renewable energy, the offshore wind industry is ever growing. Wind turbine generators (WTGs) proceed to grow in numbers and in size, wind farms are located further offshore, in deeper waters, poorer soil conditions or in areas prone to earthquakes. These changes make it increasingly difficult to find capable and...
master thesis 2019
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Clades, Dinos (author)
This master thesis describes a method to determine the workability of an offshore heavy lift operation. By creating wave realisations based on and statistically equivalent to measured ocean weather data, a quick assessment of the risk of failure can be achieved.
master thesis 2018
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Bakker, F.C. (author)
This Msc graduation study covers the installation of topsides on a jacket by an offshore heavy lift crane vessel, and its related problems. One of the problems take place after the topside is hoisted on the jacket, during the weight shift from the hoist cable onto the jacket. The topside then exerts large horizontal forces upon the crane and...
master thesis 2015