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GIGAWIND Symposium 2017

The seventh GIGAWIND syposium took place at the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität in Hannover at the 2th of march 2017. The results from the GIGAWIND project were presented in different posters and presentations.

Posters

TP1: Data Management and Analysis

Jens Rabe, Ralf Herrmann: Fast and scalable distributed storage system for measuring and simulation data

TP2: Monitoring and Inspection

Ludger Lohaus, Patrick Rzeczkowski: SHM-Device for underwater deformation measurement on grouted joints

Mareike Collmann, Peter Plagemann: Evaluation of the remaining life time considering operation loads and the state of corrosion protection

TP3: Degradation Models

Torsten Schlurmann, Frederik Stoll, Alexander Schendel, Peter Plagemann: Degradation Models – Offshore Environmental Conditions and Corrosion

Peter Schaumann, Karsten Schürmann, Alexander Raba, Martin Achmus, Klaus Thieken, Johannes Albiker, Dominik Schäfer: Degradation Models – Steel Members and Pile Bearing Capacity

TP4: Adapted Model Tests

Christoph Tomann, Alexander Schendel, Frederik Stoll, Mahmoud Jahjouh, Arndt Hildebrandt: Adaptive boundary conditions and innovative methods for laboratory experiments

Aligi Foglia, Martin Kohlmeier: Predictive capabilities of nonlinear load-transfer curves for axially loaded piles

TP5: Integration of Methods and Models

Jan Häfele, Clemens Hübler, Cristian G. Gebhardt, Raimund Rolfes:  An effective soil - structure interaction consideration approach for time domain simulations of offshore wind turbines

Citation example for posters

Christoph Tomann, Alexander Schendel, Frederik Stoll, Mahmoud Jahjouh, Arndt Hildebrandt (2017): Adaptive boundary conditions and innovative methods for laboratory experiments, poster, 7. GIGAWIND Symposium 2017, Hannover.

Presentations

TP1: Data Management and Analysis

 Ralf Herrmann, Jens Rabe: Data management and data analysis for offshore windparks

TP2: Monitoring and Inspection

 Andreas Nuber, Herbert Friedmann, Moritz Häckell, Bernd Wölfel, Peter Kraemer: Offshore foundation monitoring – from R&D to an industrial application

Matthias Baeßler: A perspective on research on OWEA substructures considering the authorities approval process

Nikolai Penner, Christoph Tomann: Global Condition Parameters and Offshore Exposure Tests of a Mineral Corrosion Protection System

TP3: Degradation Models

 Klaus Thieken, Jan Dubois: Degradation models and numerical implementation exemplified on the soil - structure interaction of substructures for OWTs

TP4: Adapted Model Tests

 Arndt Hildebrandt, Boso Schmidt, Frederik Stoll, Alexander Schendel, Mahmoud Jahjouh: Investigation of environmental boundary conditions for design purposes

TP5: Integration of Methods and Models

 Martin Kohlmeier, Wojciech Popko, Philipp Thomas: Numerical Modeling of Offshore Support Structures and Approaches in Validation of Simulation Tools

Jan Häfele, Clemens Hübler, Cristian G. Gebhardt, Raimund Rolfes: An effective soil - structure interaction consideration approach for time domain simulations of offshore wind turbines

TP6: Automated Life Time Calculation of Tripod Support Structures under Consideration of Real Loads

Sebastian Hartmann, Alexander Meinicke: Model based lifetime estimation of support structures using Kalman Filter

Citation example for presentations

Andreas Nuber, Herbert Friedmann, Moritz Häckell, Bernd Wölfel, Peter Kraemer (2017): Offshore foundation monitoring – from R&D to an industrial application, presentation, 7. GIGAWIND Symposium 2017, Hannover.