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Jang Pyo Hong

Bio: Jang Pyo Hong is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Mooring. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 5 citations.
Topics: Mooring

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25 Feb 2016
TL;DR: In this paper, the dynamic performance of a large floating wave-offshore hybrid power generation platform in extreme conditions was evaluated by measuring motion responses in regular waves and complicated environmental conditions including wave, wind, and current.
Abstract: The present study experimentally considers dynamic performance of large floating wave-offshore hybrid power generation platform in extreme conditions. In order to evaluate the motion performance of the large floating hybrid power generation platform, 1/50 scaled model was manufactured. A mooring line was also manufactured, and free-decay and static pull-out tests were carried out to check the mooring model. A mooring line table was introduced to satisfy the water depth, and environmental conditions were checked. Motion responses in regular waves were measured and complicated environmental conditions including wave, wind, and current were applied to see the dynamic performance in extreme/survival conditions. Maximum motion and acceleration were judged following the design criteria, and maximum offset and mooring tension were also checked based on the rule. The characteristics of hybrid power generation platform are discussed based on these data.

7 citations


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TL;DR: In this article, a model test was carried out for various sea states, including rotating rotor effect with wind in the Ocean Engineering Wide Tank, University Of Ulsan (UOU).

32 citations

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20 May 2020-Energies
TL;DR: In this article, a model test was performed with a 10 MW floating offshore wind turbine and the results obtained through the model tests were the response amplitude operator (RAO) and the effective RAO for a six degrees-of-freedom motion.
Abstract: Floating offshore wind turbines (FOWTs) experience fluctuations in their platforms, owing to the various wave and wind conditions. These fluctuations not only decrease the output of the wind power generation system, but also increase the fatigue load of the structure and various equipment mounted on it. Therefore, when designing FOWTs, efficient performance with respect to waves and other external conditions must be ensured. In this study, a model test was performed with a 10 MW floating offshore wind turbine. The model test was performed by scaling down a 10 MW FOWT model that was designed with reference to a 5 MW wind turbine and a semisubmersible platform by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the DeepCwind project. A scale ratio of 1:90 was used for the model test. The depth of the East Sea was considered as 144 m and, to match the water depth with the geometric similarity of mooring lines, mooring tables were installed. The load cases used in the model test are combined environmental conditions, which are combined uniform wind, regular waves and uniform current. Especially, Model tests with regular waves are especially necessary, because irregular waves are superpositions of regular waves with various periods. Therefore, this study aimed to understand the characteristics of the FOWTs caused by regular waves of various periods. Furthermore, in this model test, the effect of current was investigated using the current data of the East Sea. The results obtained through the model tests were the response amplitude operator (RAO) and the effective RAO for a six degrees-of-freedom motion. The results obtained from the model tests were compared with those obtained using the numerical simulation. The purpose of this paper is to predict the response of the entire system observed in model tests through simulation.

15 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors describe a model test and numerical simulation of a 750-kW-semi-submersible platform wind turbine under several wind and wave conditions for validation of the numerical simulation model.

9 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper , the effects of wake interference between the wind turbines on three different platform configurations to find a suitable configuration for the wind turbine on a multi-turbine platform were studied.
Abstract: The multi-wind turbine platform technology has the potential to harness the significant source of offshore wind energy in deep waters. However, the wake interference between the turbines on the multi-wind turbine platform can cause a reduction in power production; hence, it is important to study the wake effects in the initial phase of the design. This paper studies the effects of wake interference between the wind turbines on three different platform configurations to find a suitable configuration for the wind turbines on a multi-turbine platform. The analytical Larsen wake model and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations are used for evaluating the wake effects. The platform configuration required for the wind turbines is determined based on the results of wake effects, and then a novel platform is designed. The free-floating stability behavior of the multi-wind turbine platform is analyzed using the hydrostatic analysis of the modeled platform. The wave-body interaction between the platform and the waves is predicted using the hydrodynamic analysis. A preliminary cost analysis of the multi-turbine platform concept is evaluated and compared with a single wind turbine floating concept. The results showed that the presented design is a promising concept that can enhance the offshore wind industry.

4 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors developed a numerical analysis technique that considers environmental conditions to predict structural stability and accurate motion response while designing a floating solar power farm, and they performed a comparison under conditions similar to those of the Inha University towing tank (IUTT) model test.
Abstract: Recently, the demand for floating solar power farms in lakes and coasts (rather than on land) has been increasing rapidly. It is important to develop a numerical analysis technique that considers environmental conditions to predict structural stability and accurate motion response while designing a floating solar power farm. In this study, we performed a comparison under conditions similar to those of the Inha University towing tank (IUTT) model test to verify the numerical analysis method. The results revealed that heave and pitch movements were dominant under head sea conditions. Relative behavior occurred because of the hinge connection of each unit, and complex motion characteristics appeared depending on the wave conditions. The numerical method was verified based on the motion response and load of the floating solar farm. The validity of the results was also confirmed.

1 citations