How the latest simulation technology can reduce costs and improve productivity

How the latest simulation technology can reduce costs and improve productivity

Sign up to this Windpower Monthly webinar to hear Hexagon and DNV discuss how a new strategic partnership is aiming to improve wind turbine development and certification – and how the latest technologies can help to reduce LOCE

To meet the world’s goal of being net-zero by 2050, the global installed wind energy capacity needs to grow from today’s 700+GW to 5,044GW. To achieve this, the wind industry must enter new waters and rapidly reduce the Levelized Cost of Energy (LOCE). But how do industries searching for eco-alternative approaches to meeting their energy needs do so in an affordable way?  

The answer: by applying the latest simulation technologies. To gain competitive advantages and accelerate the development, offshore wind turbines nowadays are designed using various computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools to optimise different aspects of the system before the first prototype is being built, such as reducing wind turbine noise through aeroacoustics simulation, enhancing the driveline performance with system dynamics analysis, applying new materials on blades, optimising offshore wind farm placement with computational fluid dynamics (CFD), and so on...

Join this Windpower Monthly webinar to hear Hexagon and DNV discuss how a new strategic partnership is aiming to improve wind turbine development and certification. During the session we discuss...

• How the latest technologies can help to reduce LOCE

• New industry trends and challenges for wind turbine certification

• Comprehensive simulation applications for optimising wind turbine systems

• How CAE technology can be used to simulate and design wind turbine drivetrains from 250kW to >11MW

• The time and cost savings of combining Hexagon’s MSC Apex with DNV’s Sesam for loads calculation

 

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