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Modeling and Simulation of Offshore Wind Power Platform for 5 MW Baseline NREL Turbine.

Roni Sahroni T - ScientificWorldJournal (2015)

Bottom Line: The objective of this project is to propose new design of an offshore wind power platform.The completed final design was analyzed using finite element modeling tool ANSYS to obtain the structure's response towards loading conditions and to ensure it complies with guidelines laid out by classification authority Det Norske Veritas.As a result, a new model of the offshore wind power platform for 5 MW Baseline NREL turbine was proposed.

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Affiliation: Binus Graduate Program, Bina Nusantara University, Kebon Jeruk Raya No. 27, Jakarta 11530, Indonesia.

ABSTRACT
This paper presents the modeling and simulation of offshore wind power platform for oil and gas companies. Wind energy has become the fastest growing renewable energy in the world and major gains in terms of energy generation are achievable when turbines are moved offshore. The objective of this project is to propose new design of an offshore wind power platform. Offshore wind turbine (OWT) is composed of three main structures comprising the rotor/blades, the tower nacelle, and the supporting structure. The modeling analysis was focused on the nacelle and supporting structure. The completed final design was analyzed using finite element modeling tool ANSYS to obtain the structure's response towards loading conditions and to ensure it complies with guidelines laid out by classification authority Det Norske Veritas. As a result, a new model of the offshore wind power platform for 5 MW Baseline NREL turbine was proposed.

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Dimensions for the suction caisson (meters).
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fig7: Dimensions for the suction caisson (meters).

Mentions: Furthermore, the design of the supporting structure must be located in deeper waters where monopole designs are unfeasible. Figure 7 shows the dimension for the suctions caisson. The detail dimension for the top suctions caisson is 8 m  ×  ⌀1 m and for the bottom suctions caisson is 1 m  ×  ⌀5 m.


Modeling and Simulation of Offshore Wind Power Platform for 5 MW Baseline NREL Turbine.

Roni Sahroni T - ScientificWorldJournal (2015)

Dimensions for the suction caisson (meters).
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig7: Dimensions for the suction caisson (meters).
Mentions: Furthermore, the design of the supporting structure must be located in deeper waters where monopole designs are unfeasible. Figure 7 shows the dimension for the suctions caisson. The detail dimension for the top suctions caisson is 8 m  ×  ⌀1 m and for the bottom suctions caisson is 1 m  ×  ⌀5 m.

Bottom Line: The objective of this project is to propose new design of an offshore wind power platform.The completed final design was analyzed using finite element modeling tool ANSYS to obtain the structure's response towards loading conditions and to ensure it complies with guidelines laid out by classification authority Det Norske Veritas.As a result, a new model of the offshore wind power platform for 5 MW Baseline NREL turbine was proposed.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Binus Graduate Program, Bina Nusantara University, Kebon Jeruk Raya No. 27, Jakarta 11530, Indonesia.

ABSTRACT
This paper presents the modeling and simulation of offshore wind power platform for oil and gas companies. Wind energy has become the fastest growing renewable energy in the world and major gains in terms of energy generation are achievable when turbines are moved offshore. The objective of this project is to propose new design of an offshore wind power platform. Offshore wind turbine (OWT) is composed of three main structures comprising the rotor/blades, the tower nacelle, and the supporting structure. The modeling analysis was focused on the nacelle and supporting structure. The completed final design was analyzed using finite element modeling tool ANSYS to obtain the structure's response towards loading conditions and to ensure it complies with guidelines laid out by classification authority Det Norske Veritas. As a result, a new model of the offshore wind power platform for 5 MW Baseline NREL turbine was proposed.

No MeSH data available.


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