ASCE Earth & Space 2010 OWT Symposium

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Symposium 7: Advanced Topics in Offshore Wind Turbine Research.

Today, there is a world strong attention to energy resources and global sustainability: Offshore Wind
Turbines (OWT) play a special role and have reacheda main consensus about effectiveness. The Symposium concerns all the aspects related with these complex challenging structural systems, covering both design concepts and analysis methods,with special attention to interaction phenomena and multidisciplinary problems, and a strong focus on demanding technological characteristics,
experimental activities and real applications.

ASCE Earth & Space 2010 OWT Symposium

http://content.asce.org/files/pdf/EarthSpace2010Prelim-FINAL.pdf

http://ascelibrary.org/doi/book/10.1061/9780784410967

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ASCE Earth & Space 2010 OWT Symposium

  1. 1. http://content.asce.org/conferences/earthspace2010/index.html Symposium 7: Advanced Topics in Offshore Wind Turbine Research Chair: Franco Bontempi, University of Rome La Sapienza franco.bontempi@uniroma1.it Objective of the Symposium Today, there is a world strong attention to energy resources and global sustainability: Offshore Wind Turbines (OWT) play a special role and have reached a main consensus about effectiveness. The Symposium concerns all the aspects related with these complex challenging structural systems, covering both design concepts and analysis methods, with special attention to interaction phenomena and multidisciplinary problems, and a strong focus on demanding technological characteristics, experimental activities and real applications. Specific Topics - Fundamental Features of Offshore Wind Turbines and Offshore Wind Farms; - Soils and Foundations; - Structural Parts: Blades and Towers; - Economical Aspects and Efficiency of OWT; - Environmental Feasibility and Sustainability; - Innovative Concepts for OWT Structures and Foundations; - Conceptual Design of OWT; - Structural Control and Health Monitoring; - Safety and Reliability; - Dependability and Robustness of OWT; - Fatigue and Durability; - Mechanical Parts: Rotor and Nacelle; - Design Environment; - Electrical Installations; - Wind, Aerodynamics and Aeroelasticy; - Marine Environment and Wave Loadings; - Experimental Activities and Wind Tunnel Testing; Real Field Experiences; - Interaction Phenomena; - Advanced Structural Analysis; - Industrial Aspects and Optimizations; - Realizations and Projects; - Risk Analysis and Extreme Events: Collisions and Exceptional Environmental Actions; - Codes and Standards; - Design Activities and Certifications. Important Dates - Abstracts Deadline: August 18, 2009; to submit your abstract: http://content.asce.org/conferences/earthspace2010/call.html; - Acceptance/Rejection Notification: September 15, 2009; - Final Papers Deadline: November 18, 2009; - Earth & Space 2010 Conference: March 14-17, 2010, Sheraton Waikiki Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii 96815, USA, http://content.asce.org/conferences/earthspace2010/housing.html.

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