Posters - WindEurope Annual Event 2024

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We would like to invite you to come and see the posters at our upcoming conference. The posters will showcase a diverse range of research topics, and will give delegates an opportunity to engage with the authors and learn more about their work. Whether you are a seasoned researcher or simply curious about the latest developments in your field, we believe that the posters will offer something of interest to everyone. So please join us at the conference and take advantage of this opportunity to learn and engage with your peers in the academic community. We look forward to seeing you there!

PO022: The best from both worlds - RDS PS Wind and OCX coming together

Elling Rishoff, SVP DNV Incubation Wind, DNV


To achieve the required targets for clean power production, the floating wind industry must establish trusted, and cost-effective solutions for foundations and mooring systems. This development must take place quickly and in accordance with accepted effects on the natural environment. Floating wind farms depend on many systems and technologies that must be adapted, interfaced, and integrated in order to optimize operation. The floating wind industry should take this into account and focus on creating seamless integrations of all systems and technologies used. This requires industrialization and standardization to ensure both volume and quality of development. The industry must therefore define (and accept) standardized concepts with standardized work processes and tools. Systems Engineering is a discipline that can be employed to accelerate offshore wind development because it highlights the connection between requirements, functions, and solutions, and thereby enables more effective cooperation between the various actors involved throughout the asset life cycle. Through on-going standardization efforts driven by actors in the wind industry, a digital reference architecture is being developed for offshore wind, with a Reference Data Model (RDM) and an associated Reference Designation System (RDS) based on recognized international standards such as ISO 81346. The resulting industry guideline (RDS-PS Wind) is planned for release by the end of 2023. Concurrently, the ship building industry has developed the Open Class 3D Exchange (OCX) standard to support 3D model exchange between Designers, Yards, and Class societies. The purpose of the OCX format is to enable the ship building industry to shift information exchange from 2D (paper) drawings to 3D (computer) models. The paper summarizes these efforts and reflects on how the use "coordinated standards" can add value to different actors, tasks and phases of the floating wind industry.

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