Science Meets Industry Bergen took place on Tuesday September 9. The arrangement was organized by NORCOWE in collatoration with Bergen Council of Commerce and industry, and took place at Hotel Grand Terminus in the centre of Bergen.
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We were happy to have 80 participants, and see that this arrangement is becoming an established arena for the offshore wind branch. People from the industry and research from Norway, other European countries, USA and Japan were present. The diversity of fields of knowledge and backgrounds made a good starting point for interesting conversations, discussions and sharing of knowledge and experiences. During the day, there were poster sessions where both researchers and industrial participants took part in presenting their work. The posters are available below in the article.
Presentations were held by people representing different branches like Svein Grandum from Innovation Norway, Sam Hawkins from Vattenfall UK, Nenad Keseric from Statoil and Michail Cronopoloulos from NHH. Thomas Bak, Aalborg University, presented NORCOWE reference windfarm, which is under development, while Geir Hovland, University of Agder, and Klaus Høj Henriksen, Cargotech, presented heave compensating solutions. The presentations are available below.
Next “Science meets industry” event is scheduled April 2015 in Stavanger.
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Presentations held on SMI Bergen:
- An overview/status on offshore wind situation in Japan, Svein Grandum, Innovasjon Norge, Japan offic
- Finding value in operational data: forecasting, fault detection and flow distortion, Sam Hawkins, Vattenfall (UK)
- Statoil wind O&M advanced data analysis and simulation, Nenad Keseric, Statoil
- ICEWIND, with focus on Offshore accessibility and maintanance, Anne Karin Magnusson, Norwegian Meteorological Institute, and Haaken Annfelt Moe, Oceaneering Asset Integrity
- CFD applications within offshore wind energy, Eirik Manger, Acona Flow Technology
- NORCOWE reference windfarm, Thomas Bak, Aalborg University
- Statkraft’s new test turbine at Smøla, Ole Johan Lindaas, Statkraft
- Floating wind design challenges, Jason M Jonkman, NREL
- Purpose of wind power modelling, Mo Rezvani, previous in SSE
- The use of camera solutions in offshore heave compensation, Johan Lindahl Haug, Morten Ottestad and Geir Hovland, University of Agder
- The value of better wind information in the windfarm investment decision, Michail Chronopoulos, NHH
- New developed 3D compensated MacGregor offshore crane, for wind turbine services, Klaus Høj Henriksen, MacGregor
- The imbalance cost of operating wind farms in the UK, and the impact on asset owners return on investment, Geir-Arne Mo, Aquiloz
Posters presented on SMI Bergen:
- 3 axis crane, Henriksen, MacGregor
FloatingFoundationsfor Offshore WindTurbines, Andersen, AaU
- Overview on Germany's offshore initiative, Durstewitz, Frauenhofer IWES
- Design approaches to snall wind turbines, Bukala, UoA
- Wind Turbine Wake Experiment Wieringermeer, Kumer, UoB
- Wind climatology in the North Sea with WRF, Lorenz, Uni Research
- Control Systems for PMSG based Small Wind Turbines, Seanayaka, UoA
- Ashes, Thomassen, Simis
- Visions and perceptions, Korsnes, NTNU