Programme, presentations and posters from the 2019 Conference, 16 - 18 January

Programme - EERA DeepWind'2019 conference

EERA DeepWind flyer  

Presentations - EERA DeepWind'2019 

   
   
 

Opening session  - Frontiers of Science and Technology 

Welcome to EERA DeepWind John Olav Giæver Tande,
Chief Scientist, Conference Chair, SINTEF Energi
EERA DeepWind 2019 Trond Kvamsdal, Professor,
Conference Chair, NTNU
Collaboration on Offshore Wind Energy R&I Peter Hauge Madsen, Director, DTU
Horizon 2020 Work Programme for Research & Innovation 2018 - 2020 Nuno Quental, DG RTD - Policy Officer, European Commission
Experiences from Hywind Scotland and The Way Forward for Floating Offshore Wind Jon Barrat Nysæther, Technology Manager, Hywind at Equinor
Floating offshore wind Tor-Eivind Moen, ABB, Einar Wilhelmsen, Zero 
North Sea Energy Infrastructure: Status and outlook Patrick Peapers, Asset Management TenneT 
 

A1) New turbine and generator technology

 
The X-Rotor Offshore Wind Turbine Concept W. Leithead, Strathclyde University 
Comparison of the capacity factor of stationary wind turbines and weather-routed energy ships in the far-offshore J.Roshamida, LHEEA, Ecole Centrale de Nantes
Development of coupling module between BHawC aeroelastic software and OrcaFlex for coupled dynamic analysis of floating wind turbines  V.Arramounet, INNOSEA
A new approach for comparability of two- and three-bladed 20 MW offshore wind turbines F.Anstock, Hamburg University of Applied Science
   

A2) New turbine and generator technology

 
Damping analysis of a floating hybrid wind and
ocean-current turbine
S.V.Kollappillai Murugan, Halmstad University
On Design and Modelling of 10 MW Medium Speed
Drivetrain for Bottom-Fixed Offshore Wind Turbines
 S.Wang, NTNU
Modelling the dynamic inflow effects of floating vertical axis wind turbines D.Tavernier, Delft University of Technology
   

B1) Grid connection and power system integration

 
Power quality in offshore grids Prof. Elisabetta Tedeschi, NTNU
Reducing Rapid Wind Farm Power Fluctuations Using Energy Storage of the Modular Multilevel Converter S.Sanchez, NTNU
An Improved and Expanded Fault Detection and Clearing Strategy Application to a Hybrid Wind Farm integrated to a Hybrid HVDC Main Transmission Level Converter J.K. Amoo-Otoo, University of Idaho
Prolonged Response of Offshore Wind Power
Plants to DC Faults
Ö. Göksu, DTU
   

B2) Grid connection and power system integration 

Control challenges for grid integration N. Cutululis, DTU 
Design and Build of a Grid Emulator for Full Scale Testing of the Next Generation of Wind Turbines Chong Ng, ORE Catapult
Heuristics-based design and optimization of offshore wind farms collection systems J.A. Pérez-Rúa, DTU
Resonance Characteristics in Offshore Wind Power Plants with 66 kV Collection Grids A.Holdyk, SINTEF
   

C1) Met-Ocean conditions 

The Influence of Unstable Atmospheric Conditions on the Motions and Loads on a Floating Wind Turbine R.M.Putri, University of Stavanger
Using Machine Learning Methods to find a Representative and Conservative Set of Conditions for Fatigue Analysis of Offshore Wind Turbines S.Kanner, Principle Power Inc.
Processing of sonic measurements for offshore wind turbine relevance A. Nybø, Universitetet i Bergen
Uncertainties in offshore wind turbulence intensity S.Caires, Deltares  
   

C2) Met-Ocean conditions 

COTUR - estimating the Coherence of TURbulence with wind lidar technology M.Flügge, NORCE
Technology
Towards a high-resolution offshore wind Atlas - The Portuguese Case T.Simões, LNEG  
The DeRisk design database: extreme waves for Offshore Wind Turbines F.Pierella, DTU  
   

D1) Operation and maintenance

 
Evaluation and Mitigation of Offshore HVDC Valve Hall Magnetic and Electric Field Impact on Inspection Quadcopter  M. Heggo, University of Manchester
Piezoelectric Patch Transducers: Can alternative sensors enhance bearing failure prediction? L. Schilling, Hamburg University  
Excluding context by means of fingerprint for wind turbine condition monitoring K. López de Calle,
IK4-TEKNIKER  
Condition monitoring by use of time domain monitoring and pattern recognition Aasmund Barikmo, VibSim  
   

D2) Operation and maintenance 

Drivetrain technology trend in multi megawatt offshore wind turbines considering design, fabrication, installation and operation F. K. Moghadam, NTNU  
Operation & Maintenance Planning of Floating
Offshore Wind Turbines using Stochastic Petri Networks - Presentation not available
O.Adedipe, Cranfield University 
Recommended Key Performance Indicators for Operational Management of Wind Turbines S. Pfaffel, Fraunhofer IEE 
   

E1) Installation and sub-structures

 
Fatigue sensitivity to foundation modelling in different operational states for the DTU
10MW monopile-based offshore wind turbine
G. Katsikogiannis, NTNU
Ultra-High Performance Concrete Lightweight Jackets J.Markowski, Leibniz Univ Hannover 
Integrated Project Logistics and Costs Calculation for Gravity Based Structure N.Saraswati, TNO
Effects of wind-wave misalignment on a wind turbine blade mating process - Presentation not available A.S.Verma, NTNU
   

E2) Installation and sub-structures 

Upscaling and levelised cost of energy for offshore wind turbines supported by semi-submersible floating platforms Y.Kikuchi, Univ of Tokyo
Wave Cancelling Semi-Submersible Design for Floating Offshore Wind Turbines Wei Yu, University of Stuttgart
Summary of LIFES50+ project results: from the Design Basis to the floating concepts
industrialization
G.Pérez, TECNALIA
   

F) Wind farm optimization

 
Analysis of wake effects on global responses for a floating two-turbine case A. Wise, NTNU
Effect of Wake Meandering on Aeroelastic Response of a Wind Turbine Placed in a Park B. Panjwani, SINTEF
Effect of wind flow direction on the loads at wind farm R. Kazacoks, Strathclyde
University
How Risk Aversion Shapes Overplanting
in Offshore Wind Farms
E.B. Mora, EDF Energy R&D
   

G1)  Experimental Testing and Validation

Experimental modal analysis of aeroelastic tailored rotor blades in different boundary conditions J.Gundlach, German Aerospace Center
Low-frequency second-order drift-forces experimental validaton for a Twin Hull Shape Offshore Wind Platform – SATH A.M.Rubio, Saitec Offshore Technologies
Numerical prediction of hydrodynamic coefficients for a semi-sub platform by using large eddy simulation with volume of fluid method and Richardson extrapolation method J.Pan, Univ Tokyo
Assessment of Experimental Uncertainty in the Hydrodynamic Response of a Floating Semi-submersible, Including Numerical Propagation of Systematic Uncertainty A.Robertson, NREL
   

G2) Experimental Testing and Validation

A review of heave plate hydrodynamics for use in floating offshore wind sub-structures K. Thiagarajan, University of Massachusetts
Variable-speed Variable-pitch control for a wind turbine scale model F.Taruffi, Politecnico
di Milano
Experimental Investigation of a Downwind Coned Wind Turbine Rotor under Yawed Conditions C.W.Schulz, Hamburg University
EnhancedYaw Stability of Downwind Turbines - Presentation not available H.Hoghooghi, ETH Zürich
   

H) Wind farm control systems

Development of the Hywind Concept - Presentation not available B.Skaare, Equinor
A survey on wind farm control and the OPWIND way forward Leif Erik Andersson, NTNU
Hierarchy and complexity in Control of large Offshore Wind Power Plant Clusters A. Kavimandan, DTU
Verification of Floating Offshore Wind Linearization Functionality in OpenFAST J. Jonkman, NREL
   

Closing session - Strategic outlook 

The way forward for offshore wind Aidan Cronin, Chair ETIPWind
Next Generation Offshore Wind Turbines - Presentation not available Dr. Fabian Vorpahl,
Leading Expert Offshore & Loads, Senvion GmbH
Real time structural analyses of wind turbines enabled by sensor measurements and Digital Twin models M. Graczyk, SAP Norway
Engineering Center of Excellence
EERA DeepWind'2019 - Closing John Olav G.Tande, SINTEF / Prof. Michael Muskulus, NTNU
   

Posters

 
   
 Session A  
Electrical Collector Topologies for Multi-Rotor WindTurbine Systems  I.H. Sunde, NTNU
   
 Session B  
Virtual Synchronous Machine Control for Wind Turbines: A Review  L. Lu, DTU
Use of energy storage for power quality enhancement in wind-powered oil and gas applications   E.F. Alves, NTNU-IEL
   
 Session C  
The OBLO infrastructure project – measurement capabilities for offshore wind energy research in Norway M. Flügge, NORCE Technology
Abnormal Vertical Wind Profiles at a Mid-Norway Coastal Site  M.Møller, NTNU
Wind power potential and benefits of interconnected wind farms on the Norwegian Continental Shelf I.M. Solbrekke, UiB
Wind conditions within a Norwegian fjord Z. Midjiyawa, NTNU 
   
Session D   
Experimental study of structural resonance in wind turbine's bearing fault detection  M.A. Rasmussen, NTNU
New coatings for leading edge erosion of turbine blades A.von Bonin, NTNU 
   
Session E  
Mooring System Design for the 10MW Triple Spar Floating Wind Turbine at a 180 m Sea Depth Location J.Azcona, CENER
Consideration of the aerodynamic negative damping in the design of FWT platforms C.E. Silva de Souza, NTNU
Wind-Wave Directional Effects on Fatigue of Bottom-Fixed Offshore Wind Turbine S.H.Sørum, NTNU
Numerical Study of Load Effects On Floating Wind Turbine Support Structures S.Okpokparoro, University of Aberdeen
Conceptual Design of a 12 MW Floating Offshore Wind Turbine in the Ulsan Offshore Area, Korea P.T.Dam, University of Ulsan
Motion Performances of 5-MW Floating Offshore Wind Turbines under Combined Environmental Conditions in the East Sea, Korea Y.Yu, University of Ulsan
Influence of ballast material on the buoyancy dynamics of cylindrical floaters of FOWT C.Molins, UPC-BarcelonaTech
Hydrodynamic analysis of a novel floating offshore wind turbine W.Shi, Dalian University of Technology 
A tool to simulate decommissioning Offshore Wind Farms C. Desmond, University College Cork 
Can cloud computing help bend the cost curve for FOWTs? P.E.Thomassen, Simis AS  
Performance study for a simplified floating wind turbine model across various load cases F.J.Madsen, DTU
Simulation Methods for Floating Offshore Wind Turbine Farms with Shared Moorings P.Connolly, University of Prince Edward Island  
Spatial met-ocean data analysis for the North Sea using copulas: application in lumping of offshore wind turbine fatigue load cases A. Koochekali, NTNU
Numerical design concept for axially loaded grouted connections under submerged ambient conditions P.Schaumann, Leibniz University Hannover, ForWind  
   
Session F  
Collection Grid Optimization of a Floating Offshore Wind Farm Using Particle Swarm Theory M.Lerch, IREC  
Investigating the influence of tip vortices on deflection phenomena in the near wake of a wind turbine model L.Kuhn, Technical University Berlin 
   
Session G  
Implementation of potential flow hydrodynamics to time-domain analysis of flexible platform of floating offshore wind turbines S. OH, ClassNK 
Validating numerical predictions of floating offshore wind turbine structural frequencies in Bladed using measured data from Fukushima Hamakaze H.Yoshimoto, Japan Marine United Corporation 
Prediction of dynamic response of a semi-submersible floating offshore wind turbine in combined wave and current condition by a new hydrodynamic coefficient model Y.Liu, University of Tokyo
The experimental investigation of the TELWIND second loop platform T.Battistella, IH Cantabria 
Model validation through scaled tests comparisons of a semi-submersible 10MW floating wind turbine with active ballast R.F.Guzmán, University of Stuttgart