Science meets industry in Stavanger
The yearly conference Science Meets Industry – Stavanger will take place Wednesday 10th April 2019, at Måltidets Hus.
The conference is organized by Norwegian Offshore Wind Cluster in collaboration with NORCOWE, University of Stavanger and Greater Stavanger.
The aim of the conference is to promote offshore wind developments in Norway. This is an international conference with participant from the Nordic countries. During this conference Decom Tools project will be presented to relevant actors in the Norwegian wind energy industry.
In this conference we expect to have a technical feedback of the Decom Tools proposals and to link relevant expertise from the Nordic countries to our project deliverables.
9:30 Registration and coffee
10:00 – 12:00:
- Scott Urquhart, Stiesdal Offshore Technologies: Tetraspar floating foundation
- Efva Willen, Seatwirl: Vertical axis wind turbine
- Gunnar Birkeland, Unitech Offshore: Unitech Zephyros (Hywind) as hub for research and demonstration of new technology
- Jørn Haugvaldstad, Green Entrans: Testing foundation and installation method in wave basin
- Finn Gunnar Nielsen, University of Bergen: Research activities at Bergen Offshore Wind Centre
- Lars Magne Nonås, Sintef Ocean: Offshore Wind research at Sintef Ocean
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
- Roy Stenbro/Luca Oggiano, IFE: Offshore wind activities at IFE
- Andres Olivares, Høgskulen på Vestlandet: DECOM Tools Project – Decommissioning of Offshore Wind Park
- Dr Charlotte Obhrai , University of Stavanger: The effect of different turbulent wind models on the loads and motions of floating offshore wind turbines.
14:30-14:45 Coffee Break
- Shaun Falconer, University of Agder: Condition monitoring of fiber ropes
- Professor Muk Chen Ong, University of Stavanger: Dynamic responses of a combined floating vertical axis wind turbine and wave energy converter concept.
- Ole Erik Vestøl Endrerud, Shoreline AS: The new floating wind-specific simulation and modelling features from Shoreline
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