Marin Observation : From seabed to space - 12 > 16 octobre 2020
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      • Le 09/04/2020
      • Focus on the session "Wave and wind observations applied to offshore renewable energies"

      • Keywords: observation, wind, wave, offshore renewable energies

        Session organised by France Energies Marines

        In partnership with: Cerema, CLS, ENSTA Bretagne, Ifremer, IMT Atlantique, OceanDataLab, Open Ocean, Sabella, SHOM, UBO, Bureau Veritas, Centrale Marseille, Chantiers de l’Atlantique, CNRS, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, EDF, EOLFI, Institut Pierre Simon Laplace, Naval Energies, Suez Environnement, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, CICESE, Equinor, ISMAR, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, MERIC, Ocean Innovation, Principle Power, University of Rhode Island, University of Miami.
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        Improving knowledge of metocean conditions is crucial to optimise the design of renewable energy recovery systems such as floating wind turbines. Indeed, such machines can be exposed to extreme winds and waves in storms, which can jeopardize their mechanical structure. A detailed knowledge of meteoro-oceanic conditions is also necessary for fatigue calculations and the planning of marine operations. It is therefore essential to better understand and characterise these phenomena, which are very difficult to observe with in-situ instruments. To overcome this, remote sensing means deployed from terrestrial or satellite supports are promising alternatives.

        Contact:

        Jean-François FILIPOT, France Energies Marines

        Jean.Francois.Filipot@france-energies-marines.org

         

        France Energies Marines

         

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