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This event will highlight the challenges of floating wind foundation design, using the commercial and in-house tools, methodologies, and engineering experience gained by the floating wind team at Sapiem Ltd.


This presentation will provide a brief history and practical examples of multiaxial assessment highlighting its importance in conjunction with current state of the art techniques for fatigue design of fixed and floating wind turbine structures.


The winners of last year's Wind Engineering Society's Young Researchers prize will present the latest results from their work. The three talks will cover both experimental and computational wind engineering techniques aimed at assessing and investigating airflow in complex urban environments.


In this Northern Geotechnical Group meeting, Craig Davidson from the University of Dundee will be providing a talk on the development of screw piles as foundations for offshore wind structures. The talk will discuss the research that Craig, and his colleagues at the University of Dundee, have presen…


Gordon Breeze, former head of wind engineering at the Building Research Establishment, will discuss the significant changes and challenges experienced during a wind engineering career spanning over 30 years.


This event, jointly organised by the Italian Association for Wind Engineering (ANIV) and the UK Wind Engineering Society (WES), will focus on the wind engineering challenges that often accompany the design of ‘beyond-code’ and ‘unconventional’ structures.


This talk provides an insight into geotechnical risks at key stages in an offshore windfarm project and how unmanaged ground risks can have an escalated impact on project cost and programme. Therefore, geotechnical risk management is paramount for successful offshore wind projects. 

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