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Nam-Kug Ku, Myung-Il Roh, "Dynamic Response Simulation of an Offshore Wind Turbine Suspended by a Floating Crane", Ships and Offshore Structures, Vol. 10, No. 6, pp. 621-634, 2015.11.01

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Abstract Recently, a number of wind turbines are being installed due to the increase of the interest in green energy. Such wind turbines are installed on land or offshore, and most of them are being installed on land because of easy installation. However, because it is possible to get better wind quality in offshore, the request for an offshore wind turbine is increasing and some heavy industries including shipyards are producing different sizes of offshore wind turbines. A floating crane is used for constructing the offshore wind turbine because its weight amounts to several hundred tons. Thus, it is very important to secure the safety during the construction. In this study, a dynamic response simulation of the offshore wind turbine suspended by the floating crane is performed. For this, we supposed that the motion of the floating crane and the wind turbine has 14-degrees-of-freedom, and there is the interaction by constraints among them. In addition, hydrostatic and hydrodynamic forces which are independent of each other are considered as external forces acting on the floating crane. The simulation result can be a basis for the verification of the safety of the construction method which the offshore wind turbine is constructed by the floating crane and the application guidance of this method.
Publication Date 2015-11-01
Role Corresponding Author
Category SCIE
Impact Factor 0.790

Nam-Kug Ku, Myung-Il Roh, "Dynamic Response Simulation of an Offshore Wind Turbine Suspended by a Floating Crane", Ships and Offshore Structures, Vol. 10, No. 6, pp. 621-634, 2015.11.01


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