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Analytical Discussion on Stochastic Hydrodynamic Modeling of Support Structure of HAWAII WTG Offshore Wind Turbine
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Analytical Discussion on Stochastic Hydrodynamic Modeling of Support Structure of HAWAII WTG Offshore Wind Turbine
Abaiee, M.M.; Ahmadi, A.; Ketabdari, M.J.;
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 Abstract
Floating structure such as tension leg platform, semi-submersible and spar are widely used in field of oil exploration and renewable energy system. All of these structures have the base cylinder support structure which have effective rule in overall dynamic of response. So the accurate and reliable modeling is needed for optimum design and understanding the physical background of these systems. The aim of this article is an analytical discussion on stochastic modeling of floating cylinder based support structure but an applicable one. Due to this a mathematical mass-damper-spring system of a floating cylinder of HAWAII WTG offshore wind as an applicable and innovative system is adopted to model a coupled degrees using random vibration in analytical way. A fully develop spectrum is adopted to solve the stochastic spectrum analytically by a proper approximation. Some acceptable assumption is adopted. The simplified but analytical and innovative hydrodynamic analysis of this study not only will help researcher to concentrate more physically on hydrodynamic analysis of floating structures but also can be useful for any quick, simplified and closed form analysis of a complicated problem in offshore engineering.
 Keywords
Stochastic;Random vibration;Floating structure;Dynamic analysis;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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