Third day (13/09/2023)

9:00-10:30 WORKSHOP : Massive scaling up of wind: what does it mean for resources, environment and integration?
NWEA proposal to limit the height of wind turbines to 1000ft : Andre Craens, NWEA Branche specialist Offshore Wind

Ecological impacts related to scaling up offshore wind : Maarten Mouissie, Wageningen Marine Research

Presentation of Strategic Screening of Danish Offshore Water : Tobias Grindsted, Danish Energy Agency
10:30-12:00WORKSHOP : Multirotors and New Floating Wind Concept
The lure of the multirotor : Peter Dalhoff, University of Hamburg
Multirotors, why in general and an example of an innovative large-scale floating system : Peter Jamieson, University of Strathclyde
13:00-14:00JP Wind Steering Committee
14:00-17:30SP7 WORKSHOP (in parallel)

SP4 WORKSHOP (in parallel)

Challenges in aerodynamic modelling and validation – an industry perspective : Alejandro Gomez Gonzalez, Siemens Gamesa               

The need for detailed aerodynamic measurements in field and wind tunnel: Gerard Schepers, TNO  

Vortex induced vibrations – From single blade to full turbine: Georg Pirrung, DTU                                               

Precise contribution still to be determined: Menno Kloosterman, LM Windpower   

New trends in aerodynamics research: Carlos Rodriguez, Suzlon

IEA Task 47 comparison round takeaways : Koen Boorsma, TNO       

Aerodynamics modeling developments in Bladed – toward improving deep stall predictions: Galih Banga, DNV-GL