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Ih cantabria workshop bilbao 2012

  1. 1. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012Instituto de Hidráulica Ambiental de la Universidad de Cantabria Environmental Hydraulics Institute http://www.ihcantabria.com Dr. Raúl Guanche García guancher@unican.es
  2. 2. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012INDEX1. IH Cantabria 1. Short presentation 2. Marine renewable activities 3.Cantabria international campus of excellence2.Idermar 1 Current status 1.Current 2.Precomercial prototype 3.Future activities3.CTC
  3. 3. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IH CantabriaEnvironmental Hydraulics Institute
  4. 4. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IH Cantabria b Environmental Hydraulics InstituteIH Cantabria is a joint research institution between the University of SpainCantabria and the Environmental Hydraulics Institute Foundation, anon-profit organization.IH Cantabria has a multidisciplinary staff: civil, industrial andmechanical engineers, naval architects, biologists, marine Cantabriascientists, physicists, chemists, mathematicians, geographers,scientists physicists chemists mathematicians geographersIT specialists... → 149 members.IH Cantabria focuses its activities on three fields ofexpertise: – Research – Education – Technology transfer
  5. 5. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IH CantabriaMain research areas Main research areas• Coastal Oceanography• Design of coastal structures• Coastal and port engineering• Hydraulic engineering• Effects of Climate Change• Analysis of geophysical variables• Oil spill pollution in marine environments• y Eco-hydraulics• Pollution of marine environments• Water quality• Flooding risks• Marine renewable energiesMain research techniques• Computational fluid dynamics• Physical modeling• Field measuring techniques• Remote sensing
  6. 6. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IH Cantabria Main facilities Physical modelling (wave basin and flumes) Multipaddle wave basing Wave flume Wave and current flume 28 m x 8.6 m x 1.2 m 68.5 m x 2 m x 2 m 24 m x 0.6 m x 75 mUniversit of Cantab bria cilities at ty Fac Wave and current basin ties at 64 wave paddles AN 30m x44mx0.2 3m x44mx0 2-3mNew facilit PCTCA Wave Wind Currents Central pit: 11m water depth Numerical mirror
  7. 7. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012Environmental Hydraulics Institute Marine renewables energies IH Cantabria y Environmental Hydraulics Institute Marine renewables
  8. 8. Marine renewable energies Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IH Cantabria capabilities• World wide resource assessment: local, regional and global scale ■ Wind ■ Wave ■ Current• Marine conditions assessment ■ Hindcast Hi d t ■ Nowcast ■ Short term and seasonal forecast ■ Climate change ■ Offshore standards applications• Physical modeling and numerical modeling of: ■ Offshore fixed platforms ■ Floating structures• Design and optimization of wave energy devices• Design and optimization of wind/waves offshore farms layout• Marine renewable environmental impacts assessment• Operational system and life cycle analysis of marine renewable structures ■ Planning ■ Construction ■ Operation and maintenance
  9. 9. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Offshore marine renewables Design espiral Design requirements: Environmental, operational, technical, … Parametric studies: Economical feasibility assessment Design alternatives analysis CAPEX – OPEX analysis General arrangements: Farm layout designMooring system, structures,… Energy production assessment Stability analysis Manufacturing analysis Structural analysis Hydrodynamic analysis Mooring system analysis Numerical and physical modeling
  10. 10. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012Resource assessment and marine conditions Offshore wind resource assessment: atlases m/s European atlas Spanish atlas
  11. 11. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012Resource assessment and marine conditionsR t d i diti Wave energy assessment: ENOLA Project World wide atlas Spanish atlas http://www.ihcantabria.com/enola/ 11
  12. 12. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Physical d Ph i l and numerical modeling i l d li IH Cantabria Numerical capabilities• CFD ■ OPENFOAM: Offshore aplications ■ In-house models: ■ Boussinesq: functionality of monopile structures ■ IH2VOF/IH3VOF: Offshore aplications•Coupled models ■ SESAM ■ In-house models ■ Frequency domain ■ Time domain Frad (t )   M(t )  Bz (t )   2 M z e it  iB z e it z  ˆ ˆ Fexc (t )  Af exc ( )e it ˆ Fhid (t )  Gz (t )  Gz ( )e it hidrost ˆ Fpto (t )   Kz (t )  Dz (t )   K z e it  iD z e it  ˆ ˆ ˆ  ˆ ˆ  ˆ    2 m z eit  Af exc eit   2 M z e it  iB z eit  G z eit  iD z e it  K z e it ˆ ˆ ˆ    m z  Af exc   M z  iB z  G z  iD z  K z 2 ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ 2 ˆ ˆ ˆ
  13. 13. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Physical d Ph i l and numerical modeling i l d li Physical model versus numerical modeling: calibration Flotaing met mast example: Idermar g p Structure performance: • Waves • Currents • Wind Mooring system: • Performance • Loads • FatigueWAMIT SIMO-RIFLEX SESAM Heave decay test 2 Lab Hs=2m; Tp=12s Probabilidad Moored test Num 1.5 1 Surge(m) – Desplazamiento X lidad 0.5 m) Heave(m Probabil 0 Heave(m) – Desplazmiento Z -0.5 Probabilidad -1 -1.5 Pitch(º) – Giro eje Y 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 Tiempo(s) domingo, 19 de febrero de 2012
  14. 14. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012Private companies: 83% Public funding:Public companies: 17%
  15. 15. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Cantabria I t C t b i International C ti l Campus of E f Excellence ll Local and regional University Scientific facilities development Teaching Research Innovation Water and energy campus and energy
  16. 16. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012SEA OF INNOVATION CANTABRIA CLUSTER • Public private cluster: more than 50 entities Public‐private cluster:  th 50 titi • First Spanish cluster specialized on marine renewable • Collaborations with market leaders (Vestas, Siemens,  EDP, Iberdrola Renovables y E.on) • 40 companies • 13 R&D groups • 4 Technological institutes
  17. 17. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IDERMAROffshore wind assessment at deep and very deep waters Innovative solutions
  18. 18. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IDERMAR Offshore wind assessment at deep and very deep waters ConsortiumIDERMAR is a mixed private-public company setup by the Cantabria Government throughSODERCAN, ACTIUM, an Investment company ofthe APIA XXI Group, the Hydraulics Institute (HI)of the University of Cantabria (UC) and theHelium Company.
  19. 19. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IDERMAR Offshore wind assessment at deep and very deep waters Company objectivesIDERMAR IS developing a new concept called IDERMAR METEOconsisting of an integral wind resource and ocean dataacquisition system based on a floating structure.-For medium-depth and deep waters-Easily adaptable to site-specific environmental conditions andmonitoring system requirements established by the customer-Easily transported and installed reducing economic costs andenvironmental impact-Can be reused-Certified product Deployment day: 28th September of 2011
  20. 20. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IDERMAR Offshore wind assessment at deep and very deep waters Current status 1st prototype: depth=55m, distance from shoreline=3km 2nd prototype: depth=186m, distance from shoreline=16km p yp p , Precomerc prototype Precomercial prototype: depth=55m, distance from shore=4.8km otype cial1st proto 2nd prototype
  21. 21. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Z=90mIDERMAR Z=85mOffshore wind assessment at deep and very deep waters Z=82mWind measurement system description: y p Z=75mPrecomercial prototype Z=65m Ultrasonic anemometer Cup anemometer Z=55m Temperature Z=45m Water temperature Wind vanes Z=20m Temperature, Humidity & Barometric pressure Sampling frequency: Ultrasonic anemometer, Cup anemometer, Temperature, Water , p , temperature, Wind vanes Temperature, Humidity & Barometric pressure
  22. 22. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 IDERMAR Offshore wind assessment at deep and very deep waters Future• Precomercial prototype: p yp ■ Certification expected end: June 2012 ■ Measurement verification: • Onshore vs floating met mast comparisons• UK strategies ■ Narec capital• Future developments: Floating lidar ■ Grant: Innpacto 2011 p
  23. 23. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Narec capital: Idermar internationalization strategy Bussiness design and Funding raising Narec capital vision European Hub Centre of R&D Excellence/Holding CoN.American Hub Mid East Hub Far East Hub S.American S American Hub
  24. 24. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Narec capital: Idermar internationalization strategy Funding raising Intellectual Investment Property Busines ass B Manufacture Investment End to End So Mitigation ss sessment Installation Investment/CostRisk M olution Maintenance/ Operation Cost Data Provision Revenue Data Revenue Interpretation Extras Revenue
  25. 25. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Narec capital: Idermar internationalization strategy Funding raising Potential Funding Sources• Industrial corporates • Local Grants• High Net worth individuals • UK Government competitions• Venture Capital Funds • Technology Innovation Centre• Private Equity • Regional Grant Funds
  26. 26. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Cantabria Other initiativesCentro Tecnológico de Componentes
  27. 27. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 RENEWABLE CTC is a non‐profit foundation that aims to contribute to  ENERGY economic and social development.BUSINESS  UNITS NUCLEAR ADVANCED AEROSPACE AUTOMOTIVE ENERGY MATERIALSMEMBERS27
  28. 28. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 CTC is located in the Scientific and Technological Park of Cantabria. The facilities include a laboratory with equipment and space necessary for project implementation and research: Corrosion: UV (type A or B)+condensation+spray (ISO 11507), alternate immersion in marine water (ISO 2812-2 and ISO 11130). Advanced Materials: AFM, Spray Dryer, Three Rolls Mill. Aeroespace: two axis rotation table, navigation systems test facility. Instrumental: mechanical universal test machine metallographic machine, laboratory.28
  29. 29. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Renewable Energies Unit Technological lines of specialization Fluid Dynamics & Fluid‐ Mechanical and structural design O&M. structure interaction Monitoring Aero and  Structural Health  Hydrodynamics. Monitoring (SHM) Aeroelasticity Corrosion Data acquisition,  processing and analysis Energy Harvesting29
  30. 30. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012 Representative Projects  SAEMar: Anchoring Systems for Renewable Marine Energies Offshore Platforms.  TIM Intelligent M t TIM: I t lli t Meteorological M t (SHM) l i l Mast (SHM).  TARGET: Environmentally sustainable and intelligent technologies p p for the development of composite materials structures.  Onshore and offshore hybrid steel-concrete towers: mechanical design, joints.  Aerodynamic analysis of a mini HAWT through direct CFD simulation.  Development of a Energy Harvester for a wireless system.  Analysis of noise and vibration of electrical machines.30
  31. 31. Offshore wind and marine energy workshop. Bilbao, 28th February 2012Instituto de Hidráulica Ambiental de la Universidad de Cantabria Environmental Hydraulics Institute http://www.ihcantabria.com Dr. Raúl Guanche García guancher@unican.es

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