OC5 Project Phase I: Validation of Hydrodynamic Loading on a Fixed Cylinder

Amy Robertson, Jason Jonkman, Wojciech Popko, Fabian Vorpahl, Carl Stansberg, Erin Bachynski, Ilmas Bayati, Friedemann Beyer, Jacobus de Vaal, Rob Harries, Atshushi Yamaguchi, Hyunkyoung Shin, Byungcheol Kim, Tjeerd van der Zee, Pauline Bozonnet, Borja Aguilo, Roger Bergua, Jacob Qvist, Wang Qijun, Xiaohong ChenMatthieu Guerinel, Ying Tu, Huang Yutong, Rongfu Li, Ludovic Bouy, Fabian Wendt

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Abstract

This paper describes work performed during the first half of Phase I of the Offshore Code Comparison Collaboration Continuation, with Correlation project (OC5). OC5 is a project run under the International Energy Agency Wind Research Task 30, and is focused on validating the tools used for modeling offshore wind systems. In this first phase, simulated responses from a variety of offshore wind modeling tools were validated against tank test data of a fixed, suspended cylinder (without a wind turbine) that was tested under regular and irregular wave conditions at MARINTEK. The results from this phase include an examination of different approaches one can use for defining and calibrating hydrodynamic coefficients for a model, and the importance of higher-order wave models in accurately modeling the hydrodynamic loads on offshore substructures.

Original languageAmerican English
Pages471-480
Number of pages10
StatePublished - 2015
Event25th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE 2015 - Kona, Big Island, United States
Duration: 21 Jun 201526 Jun 2015

Conference

Conference25th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, ISOPE 2015
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityKona, Big Island
Period21/06/1526/06/15

Bibliographical note

See NREL/CP-5000-63567 for preprint

NREL Publication Number

  • NREL/CP-5000-65488

Keywords

  • Code comparison
  • Offshore wind
  • Wave harmonics

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