Dr.-Ing. Philip Augener

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Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Eintritt

01.10.2009

Austritt

01.10.2014

Promotionsthema

Computation of Wave Drift Forces for Dynamic Positioning within the Early Design Stage

nachfolgende Beschäftigung

Abeking & Rasmussen Schiffs- und Yachtwerft

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Title: Sea-Keeping Analysis of an Offshore Wind Farm Installation Vessel During The Jack-Up Process
Written by: Philip Augener, Hannes Hatecke
in: OMAE, San Francisco, USA 2014
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Abstract: Offshore wind farms are not planned in sheltered and shallow waters any longer. Especially in the North Sea there exist many approved offshore wind farm projects at water depth between 30 and 50 meters. In particular the installation process of these projects is strongly influenced by weather conditions and the sea-keeping capabilities of the installation vessels. For reliable planning of the entire project, not only the weather statistics, but also the vessel’s sea-keeping capabilities need to be known accurately. For this purpose different kinds of sea-keeping analyses can be conducted. In this paper a sea-keeping analysis is presented, where the focus is upon the jack-up process. For the numerical computation the sea-keeping code E4ROLLS is applied. The results of this sea-keeping analysis are operational limitations for the jack-up process, caused by two different criteria derived from jack-up classification requirements.

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