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A Study on the Structural Analysis of Jacket Type of Substructure With respect to 5MW Offshore Wind Power Generation
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A Study on the Structural Analysis of Jacket Type of Substructure With respect to 5MW Offshore Wind Power Generation
Sun, Min-Young; Lee, Ki-Yeol; Moon, Byoung-Young;
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 Abstract
The currently applied structure and fatigue assessment of support structure for offshore wind energy converter was based on common design rules. The accurate evaluation for environments of sea floor as to installation of support structure, loads of generator, dynamic loads in operation, and offshore environmental loads might be an essential requirement to acquire a safety design for the substructure. This study aims at dedicating to offshore-relevant technology fields by suggesting design methods of structures and estimating their safety in relation to the structural analysis of the substructure requiring high safety to various environment conditions. Especially, with respect to 5MW Offshore Wind Power System, this study will provide information about major wind directions and duration in combination with the developing wave climate at the test field. In this study in the dynamic analysis for 5MW offshore wind power substructure which is considered to be proper in Korea, it is expected that reliability of domestic technology is confirmed with respect to its structural stability.
 Keywords
Substructure;Jacket Type;Offshore Wind Turbine;CFD Analysis;Structural Analysis;Ocean Environment;
 Language
English
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