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Numerical investigation of slamming loads on floating offshore wind turbines

Abstract

This paper presents the results of ongoing work regarding numerical simulations of breaking wave impacts on a surface-piercing cylinder. The computational fluid dynamics solver, Code Saturne, using the volume of fluid approach, is presented and utilised for offshore hydrodynamics. Phase-focused waves are employed to recreate singular breaking events under relatively controlled conditions. The fluid shape and kinematics are described during the breaking process and the load produced by a plunging breaker on a rigid cylinder is investigated.
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hal-03721266 , version 1 (09-08-2022)

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Marc Batlle Martin, Jeffrey Harris, Paul Renaud, Florian Hulin, Jean-François Filipot. Numerical investigation of slamming loads on floating offshore wind turbines. 32nd International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE 2022), Jun 2022, Shanghai, China. pp.ISOPE-I-22-031. ⟨hal-03721266⟩
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