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Dynamics of offshore floating wind turbines—analysis of three concepts
JM Jonkman, D Matha
Wind Energy 14 (4), 557-569, 2011
3422011
Model development and loads analysis of an offshore wind turbine on a tension leg platform with a comparison to other floating turbine concepts: April 2009
D Matha
National Renewable Energy Lab.(NREL), Golden, CO (United States), 2010
2972010
Long-term research challenges in wind energy–<? xmltex\break?> a research agenda by the European Academy of<? xmltex\break?> Wind Energy
GAM Van Kuik, J Peinke, R Nijssen, D Lekou, J Mann, JN Sørensen, ...
Wind energy science 1 (1), 1-39, 2016
2302016
Quantitative comparison of the responses of three floating platforms
J Jonkman, D Matha
National Renewable Energy Lab.(NREL), Golden, CO (United States), 2010
1752010
Challenges in simulation of aerodynamics, hydrodynamics, and mooring-line dynamics of floating offshore wind turbines
D Matha, M Schlipf, R Pereira, J Jonkman
The twenty-first international offshore and polar engineering conference, 2011
1512011
Maintenance strategies for large offshore wind farms
M Scheu, D Matha, M Hofmann, M Muskulus
Energy Procedia 24, 281-288, 2012
1122012
Floating offshore wind energy
M Atcheson, A Garrad, L Cradden, A Henderson, D Matha, J Nichols, ...
by Joao Cruz and Mairead Atcheson. Springer International Publishing. Chap …, 2016
942016
Nonlinear model predictive control of floating wind turbines with individual pitch control
S Raach, D Schlipf, F Sandner, D Matha, PW Cheng
2014 American control conference, 4434-4439, 2014
822014
Model development and loads analysis of a wind turbine on a floating offshore tension leg platform
D Matha, T Fischer, M Kuhn, J Jonkman
National Renewable Energy Lab.(NREL), Golden, CO (United States), 2010
632010
Comparative levelized cost of energy analysis
R Ebenhoch, D Matha, S Marathe, PC Munoz, C Molins
Energy procedia 80, 108-122, 2015
612015
Final report WP 4.2: support structure concepts for deep water sites: deliverable D4. 2.8 (WP4: offshore foundations and support structures)
WE De Vries, NK Vemula, P Passon, T Fischer, D Kaufer, D Matha, ...
Upwind, 2011
482011
Nonlinear model predictive control of floating wind turbines
D Schlipf, F Sandner, S Raach, D Matha, PW Cheng
The Twenty-third International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, 2013
472013
Reduced nonlinear model of a spar-mounted floating wind turbine
F Sandner, D Schlipf, D Matha, R Seifried, PW Cheng
472012
Efficient preliminary floating offshore wind turbine design and testing methodologies and application to a concrete spar design
D Matha, F Sandner, C Molins, A Campos, PW Cheng
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2015
452015
Integrated optimization of floating wind turbine systems
F Sandner, D Schlipf, D Matha, PW Cheng
International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering 45547 …, 2014
442014
Wind/wave misalignment in the loads analysis of a floating offshore wind turbine
L Barj, JM Jonkman, A Robertson, GM Stewart, MA Lackner, L Haid, ...
32nd ASME wind energy symposium, 0363, 2014
432014
Simulation-length requirements in the loads analysis of offshore floating wind turbines
L Haid, G Stewart, J Jonkman, A Robertson, M Lackner, D Matha
International conference on offshore mechanics and arctic engineering 55423 …, 2013
412013
Thermodynamic Process Analysis of SOFC/GT Hybrid Cycles
T Panne, A Widenhorn, J Boyde, D Matha, V Abel, M Aigner
5th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference and Exhibit …, 2007
352007
Efficient critical design load case identification for floating offshore wind turbines with a reduced nonlinear model
D Matha, F Sandner, D Schlipf
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 555 (1), 012069, 2014
292014
Validation of a Markov-based weather model for simulation of O&M for offshore wind farms
MN Scheu, D Matha, M Muskulus
The twenty-second international offshore and polar engineering conference, 2012
282012
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