Nonlinear wave-structure interaction
||Nonlinear wave-structure interaction|
||SNIC Medium Compute|
||Malin Göteman <email@example.com>|
||2021-12-01 – 2022-12-01|
The project will continue to study nonlinear wave-structure interaction for wave energy converters as well as offshore wind energy systems, mainly using the CFD software OpenFOAM. The overall aim is to study and improve the offshore survivability of these renewable energy systems. Dynamics and forces will be studied in different extreme waves conditions. The wave-structure interaction is highly nonlinear and must be resolved with CFD software, which are computationally demanding. Access to HPC clusters are a requirement for this research to take place. The existing project has thus far resulted in several journal and conference papers (SNIC has been acknowledged in all of them), as well as one PhD thesis (Linnea Sjökvist, 2017) and one licentiate thesis (Eirini Katsidoniotaki, 2021). The work forms the basis of Eirini Katsidoniotaki's PhD work. Some recent publications include:
Eirini Katsidoniotaki, Erik Nilsson, Anna Rutgersson, Jens Engström, and Malin
Göteman, Response of point-absorbing wave energy conversion system in 50-years
return period extreme focused waves, Journal of Marine Science and Engineering
Linus Wrang, Eirini Katsidoniotaki, Erik Nilsson, Anna Rutgersson, Jesper Rydén,
Malin Göteman, Comparative Analysis of Environmental Contour Approaches to Es-
timating Design Loads for Offshore Installations, Journal of Marine Science and En-
gineering 9(96), 2021.
Eirini Katsidoniotaki, Yi-Hsiang Yu, Malin Göteman, Midfidelity model verification
for a point-absorbing wave energy converter with linear power take-off, Proc. of the
14th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC), September 5-9, 2021.
Eirini Katsidoniotaki, Edward Ransley, Scott Brown, Johannes Palm, Jens Engström,
and Malin Göteman, Loads on a point absorber wave energy converter in regular and
focused extreme wave events, Proc. of the ASME 2020 39th Int. Conf. on Ocean,
Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE), Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA, June 28–July
Eirini Katsidoniotaki and Malin Göoteman, Comparison of dynamic mesh methods
in OpenFOAM for point-absorbing wave energy converter under the experience of
extreme waves, In Proc. of the 4th International Conference on Renewable Energies
Offshore, Lisbon, Portugal, 2020.