The offshore wind industry is growing exponentially. To support industry sector growth, academic research is developing to address current knowledge gaps and provide future solutions.
Keeping up with state-of-the-art science provides your company with the opportunity to keep ahead of the competition. The Offshore Wind Library provides access to a cutting edge research programme, co-created by members, direct engagement with academics developing research for the offshore wind energy industry and a recommended reading database, the most efficient way to keep up with industry-relevant research advances in the offshore wind research.
The Offshore Wind Library recommended reading database provides searchable summaries of sector relevant scientific articles. The summaries translate academic findings to provide industry accessible reports on the main research findings enabling you to rapidly keep up to date with scientific research, or identify solutions to emerging challenges.
The Offshore Wind Library strengthens the ties between academia and industry. Membership of the Offshore Wind Library directly supports academic research, development and innovation in the offshore wind sector. Research is co-created with Offshore Wind Library members, with all outputs directly accessible through a world leading web-delivered knowledge transfer programme. Further, the Offshore Wind Library offers direct engagement with academics via annual forums, showcasing research and co-developing research strategy.
The summaries within the Marine Environment package fall into three topics: Seabed, Waves, and Wind; with a range of listed subtopics to cover everything you need to know about the Marine Environment:
Following the same key areas as the Marine Environment package, the Environmental Interaction topics are: Soil-structure, Hydro-structure, and Aero-structure Interaction, with the range of listed subtopics:
This package contains all scientific paper summaries that relate to the floating offshore wind technology across all topics of other five packages, whether it is related to environmental loading, stability, installation, logistics, or any other aspect of these dynamic structures.