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Tsetas, A. (author)
The ambitious goals towards the decarbonization of the global energy sector have amplified the demand for renewable energy resources. Amongst the renewables, offshore wind possesses a pivotal role in this endeavour, showcasing remarkable growth in recent years. However, this rapid expansion has been accompanied by a series of technical...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Gavin, Kenneth (author), Blok, S.D. (author), Eiksund, G.R. (author)
Monopiles are the most commonly used foundations for offshore wind turbines (OWTs). To date these are mostly impact driven into the seabed using high-capacity hammers. The noise and vibrations caused by driving create environmental concerns and the increasing size of these foundations has resulted in alternative installation methods being...
conference paper 2020
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Blok, Sanne (author)
Offshore wind turbines are commonly supported by monopile foundations. Impact hammering is the conventional method for installing offshore monopiles but has several disadvantages. Time-consuming installation procedures, high noise emissions and steel fatigue due to the high impact are problems resulting from this installation procedure. GBM...
master thesis 2019
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Smit, G.J.A. (author)
In 2005 Shell introduced the first monopile satellite platform with the aim to reduce the capital expenditure required for offshore wells. Currently there are 6 of these platforms installed in the Southern North Sea managed by Shell. The main functions of these platforms are to house the wellheads and divert produced hydrocarbons into a subsea...
master thesis 2015
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