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OC6 Phase I: Investigating the underprediction of low-frequency hydrodynamic loads and responses of a floating wind turbine

: Robertson, A.N.; Gueydon, S.; Bachynski, E.; Wang, L.; Jonkman, J.; Alarcón, D.; Amet, E.; Beardsell, A.; Bonnet, P.; Boudet, B.; Brun, C.; Chen, Z.; Féron, M.; Forbush, D.; Galinos, C.; Galvan, J.; Gilbert, P.; Gómez, J.; Harnois, V.; Haudin, F.; Hu, Z.; Dreff, J. le; Leimeister, M.; Lemmer, F.; Li, H.; McKinnon, G.; Mendikoa, I.; Moghtadaei, A.; Netzband, S.; Oh, S.; Pegalajar-Jurado, A.; Nguyen, M.Q.; Ruehl, K.; Schünemann, P.; Shi, W.; Shin, H.; Si, Y.; Surmont, F.; Trubat, P.; Qwist, J.; Wohlfahrt-Laymann, S.

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Institute of Physics -IOP-, London:
The Science of Making Torque from Wind, TORQUE 2020 : 28 September - 2 October 2020, The Netherlands (online)
Bristol: IOP Publishing, 2020 (Journal of physics. Conference series 1618)
Art. 032033, 12 pp.
International Conference "The Science of Making Torque from Wind" (TORQUE) <2020, Online>
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IWES ()

Phase I of the OC6 project is focused on examining why offshore wind design tools underpredict the response (loads/motion) of the OC5-DeepCwind semisubmersible at its surge and pitch natural frequencies. Previous investigations showed that the underprediction was primarily related to nonlinear hydrodynamic loading, so two new validation campaigns were performed to separately examine the different hydrodynamic load components. In this paper, we validate a variety of tools against this new test data, focusing on the ability to accurately model the low-frequency loads on a semisubmersible floater when held fixed under wave excitation and when forced to oscillate in the surge direction. However, it is observed that models providing better load predictions in these two scenarios do not necessarily produce a more accurate motion response in a moored configuration.