D7. Mechanical, Aerospace, Marine, and Nuclear Engineering

Europe is leading the development of the industrial revolution, and continuing to be a leader in world industry. European industry covers several industrial sectors that contribute to high economic valued-added activities and generate mass employment. This session group especially aims to gather Korean and European experts for their exchange of opinions/viewpoints and potential collaboration on mechanical engineering fields such as Automotive, Aeronautics/Aerospace, Naval/Ocean, and Nuclear Engineering. Various topics will be discussed in details, but not limited to the following topics - Advanced technology in vehicle transportation such as automotive and aircrafts - Innovation in space satellites & space transportation - Naval architecture & Oceanographic applications - Offshore engineering & hydrodnamics - Nuclear materials, radiation prototection, and measurements - Nuclear medicine and medical physics - Robotics & Sensor technologies - Smart manufacturing, machines, and innovative product technology - Advanced Design, Numerical Analysis, Simulation, and Test Methods - Advanced control methods and mutlidiciplinary

Programme Committee

PROF. JEONG, Cheol-ho (정철호)
Denmark Technical University
ch.jeong@ekc2019.org
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DR. HA, Kwangtae (하광태)
Fraunhofer IWES
k.ha@ekc2019.org
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Date / Time 2019-07-17 13:00   --   14:15
Room 5.01
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. HA, Kwangtae (Fraunhofer) CONVENER
Synopsis
The vision of the "Internet of Production" describes the common research roadmap of RWTH Aachen University concerning Industrie 4.0. Within a large-scale interdisciplinary team, researchers from engineering, computer science and social science are shaping the future of production technology. This presentation will provide an overview of actual research topics, as well as potentials and risks for producing industries in the context of the Internet of Production. Core concepts like the Digital Shadow, a new reference infrastructure and approaches for a new level of cross-domain collaboration will be explained. Practical examples will be presented from different fields of "Production Technology."
Speakers
  • DR. BROCKMANN, Matthias (Rwth Aachen University) [ 13:00 - 14:00 ]
    Title: Internet of Production - Research Roadmap
Date / Time 2019-07-17 14:15   --   15:30
Room 5.01
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. PARK, Daehyun (Siemens Industry Software) CONVENER
Synopsis
Traditionally numerical analysis has been widely utilized for computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis, multi-body dynamics, thermodynamics, and so on. With rapid increase of computer hardware capability and advance of computing process algorithm, many complicated and realistic physical model, which were difficult to solve or consumed huge time resource before, are now becoming possible through the aid of advanced numerical analysis, called “in-situ” analysis. This approach becomes more common since it results in more reliable engineering data and even provides cost-efficient way before manufacturing products in reality. In this session, following topics are expected with application of “in-situ” analysis. 1) Multidisciplinary analysis and optimization involving the interaction of different fields, for example, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, and thermodynamics. 2) Advanced analytics including uncertainty quantifications, statistical analysis, machine learning and data mining. 3) Conceptual modeling and motional prediction of complex products including aerospace, automotive, satellites, and so on. 4) Systematic modeling and simulation of manufacturing process, virtual testing process, vehicle motion in traffic flow, etc. 5) Pros and Cons of Commercial code versus against open source codes 6) Challenges and Limitations of current numerical methods. From this session, it is expected that latest status of numerical analysis method and its application to various products will be discussed with engineers/scientists working at diverse field. Also, sharing application examples to innovative/future products will be welcome as well.
Speakers
  • PROF. BOTTASSO, Carlo L. (Technische Universität München (TUM)) [ 14:15 - 14:35 ]
    Title: Overview of Recent Research Activities at the Wind Energy Institute of the Technical University of Munich (TUM)
  • DR. JUNG, Jaesoon (Technical University Of Denmark) [ 14:35 - 14:50 ]
    Title: Creation of a local sound source using bandgap
  • MR. PARK, Dae-young (The University Of Manchester) [ 14:55 - 15:10 ]
    Title: Incompressible Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics with Generalised Particle Distribution
  • PROF. HAN, Woo-suck (Emse) [ 15:10 - 15:30 ]
    Title: QUICK AND EFFICIENT SUBJECT-SPECIFIC FINITE ELEMENT MODELING OF THE FOOT USING MESH MORPHING
Date / Time 2019-07-17 16:00   --   17:15
Room 5.01
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. YOON, Zizung (Technische Universität Berlin) CONVENER
  • PROF. HAN, Woo-suck (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne (EMSE)) COCONVENER
Synopsis
In the definition of Industry 4.0, cognitive robotics coupled with evolutionary AI (Artificial Intelligence) take an important place. For instance, land transportation without a driver, UAV (Unmanned Aircraft Vehicle), in particular, Drones, towards cyborgs - humans integrated with machines, why not? In the space segment side, recent advances in space technology such as laser communication terminal, miniaturization of electronics and systems and electric propulsion are enabling a new type of flexible, compact and agile missions and concepts. Annual growth of 15-20% is expected for the LEO satellite market for the next 5 to 10 years. Also, the launch vehicle market is exposed to strong competition since new players such as private companies are offensively emerging with their launch systems and services (e.g. FalconX) besides the governmental funding based counterparts (e.g. Ariane 6). Additionally, numerous so-called nano launchers are in development (including Korea) to meet the rapidly increasing demand for small spacecraft and make space access as easy as never before. This session aims to present the current state-of-the-art technology and advances in robotics, AI and aerospace technology. The participants could seek for additional collaboration opportunities, including Korean-European joint project possibilities.
Speakers
  • PROF. KWON, Jongwon (Korea Testing Laboratory) [ 16:00 - 16:15 ]
    Title: X2MDIS-Driven Vertical/Horizontal Integration Method for Smart Manufacturing: Business Process Scenarios and Data Models
  • DR. YOON, Zizung (Technische Universität Berlin) [ 16:20 - 16:35 ]
    Title: Spaceborne IoT communication : challenges, technologies and missions
  • MISS. MAENG, Jiyeon (Ust-kari) [ 16:40 - 16:55 ]
    Title: Virtual Spring-Damper Modeling of Spacecraft Formation Flight Methods
  • DR. CHO, Moonsung (Technical University Of Berlin) [ 17:00 - 17:15 ]
    Title: Suspension of A Point-Mass-Attached Fiber in Non-Uniform Flows: Ballooning Flight of Spiders
Date / Time 2019-07-18 09:00   --   11:30
Room 5.01
Conveners / Chairs
  • PROF. YANG, Changho (Oxford Brookes University, UK) CONVENER
Synopsis
There have been a number of alternative technologies and big discussions in the automotive and racing industry. Along with the 4th industrial revolution, The automotive industry has been challenged to Environmental concern, carbon foot print, Sustainable Energy, Maturity of new technology and so on. The UK and European governments have intensively invested and evaluated them in the past decades. The major possible themes in the EKC would be in the list below. 1. Powertrain section – new conventional IC engine vs Electric applications and new technologies 2. Vehicle dynamics analysis – NVH, Stability, Crash analysis, control, etc. 3. Aerodynamics – body design, noise, stability, etc. 4. Alternative technologies – Hydrogen fuel cells, alternative fuels, sustainable energy 5. CFD session – Flow and heat transfer analysis (DNS, LES, RANS) 6. Tribology – Lubrications, innovative designs, component analysis, Gears, etc. 7. Ergonomics – new design, safety, motion simulation, etc. 8. Future vision of automotive industry – management, marketing, market share, revolutions, etc. 9. Cutting edge technology in racing industry 10. Any possible relevant topics to the automotive applications Researchers from S. Korea, European countries and the UK shall be able to catch up the latest world leading technologies and future vision of automotive technologies. The new innovative and revolutionary thoughts will be introduced and discussed in the event, which will brighten up the future automotive industry and lead to the fresh engineering innovation in the world.
Speakers
  • DR. JIN, Seong-ho (University Of Lincoln) [ 15:30 - 16:00 ]
    Title: Advanced sensing combustion dynamics and combustion-generated acoustic noise
  • MISS. PARK, Chan Hee (Kist Europe, Seoul National University) [ 16:00 - 16:30 ]
    Title: Deep Learning Based Fault Diagnosis of Bearing in Mechanical Systems with Nested Scatter Plot using Stator Current Signals
  • MR. HAN, Joonsoo (Chalmers University Of Technology) [ 17:00 - 17:30 ]
    Title: Optimization methodology of Urea-SCR system to achieve higher NOx reduction performance
  • PROF. LEE, Gee-soo (Youngsan University, Republic Of Korea) [ 17:30 - 18:00 ]
    Title: The Effects of the Cooling System with Al2O3 Nanofluids on the Thermal Performances Behaviors of the Diesel Engine
Date / Time 2019-07-17 14:15   --   15:30
Room 5.02
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. NAM, Dong (Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • PROF. KIM, Hyunsoo (INHA Technical College, South Korea) CHAIR
Synopsis
As international shipping transports more than 80 per cent of global trade to peoples and communities all over the world, the world relies on a safe, secure and environmentally friendly international shipping industry, and this is provided by the regulatory framework developed and maintained by IMO (International Maritime Organization). Such international regulatory measures cover all aspects of maritime activities – including ship design, construction, equipment, operation, marine pollution protection, environmentally sound technology and energy efficient shipping. In EKC2019, this session aims to review the issue around maritime safety and marine environmental protection as well as discuss on the new technology and innovation with scientists, engineers, and policy decision makers from Korea and Europe. It also provides opportunities for participants to find collaboration partners working in the fields.
Speakers
  • DR. BOUCHARD, Elizabeth (International Registries (U.K.) Limited, United Kingdom) [ 14:15 - 14:40 ]
    Title: Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction and Shipping
  • DR. NAM, Dong (Lloyd's Register, United Kingdom) [ 14:40 - 15:05 ]
    Title: Regulatory compliance from Marine to Offshore
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom) [ 15:05 - 15:30 ]
    Title: Hydroelasticity in Ship Design
Date / Time 2019-07-17 16:00   --   17:15
Room 5.02
Conveners / Chairs
  • MR. OH, Dohan (UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE) COCONVENER
  • MR. KWON, Bae Jun (Principle approval engineer, Stability - Maritime, DNV GL AS) CONVENER
  • DR. OTERKUS, Selda (DEPARTMENT OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE, OCEAN & MARINE ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE) CHAIR
Synopsis
In the Marine and Ocean industry at the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution, "smart" wind is blowing hard. The global demand for the eco-friendly like zero emission activity cruise vessel and the autonomous vessel controlled autonomously, has the holographic display of ship systems where land-based operators can diagnose and troubleshoot problems is growing. Especially, in many countries, government-led research on e-navigation and autonomous systems is being conducted. The recession in the global shipbuilding and offshore market, which has been ongoing for many years, has dampened the investment for the research by the industry, academia, and research institutes, but the shipbuilding industry is recovering from last year on the LNG carrier market. Accordingly, through this session, it is expected to be able to maintain and develop our position as a global leader in the marine and ocean industry through the development of optimal solutions by technical exchanges between scientists, engineers, and policy makers from Korea and Europe. The session “Advanced Ship Technology and Future Ships” concerns for ship intelligence, remote & autonomous operations, smart ship, smart factory, green ship, big data analytics and Artificial Intelligence.
Speakers
  • DR. OTERKUS, Erkan (University Of Strathclyde) [ 16:00 - 16:25 ]
    Title: Structural Health Monitoring of Ship Structures
  • PROF. KOO, Weoncheol (Inha University) [ 16:25 - 16:45 ]
    Title: Development of Numerical Model of Heaving-Buoy-type Wave Energy Converters Using Numerical Wave Tank Technique
  • MR. OH, Dohan (University Of Strathclyde) [ 16:45 - 17:00 ]
    Title: Burst pressure prediction method for thin-walled API 5L X grades pipelines with dent
  • MR. LIM, Sungsoo (Norwegian University Of Science And Technology) [ 17:00 - 17:15 ]
    Title: A numerical modelling of elastic fluid-structure interaction for aquaculture floater applications
Date / Time 2019-07-18 09:00   --   11:30
Room 5.02
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. JEONG, Byongug (University of Strathclyde) CONVENER
  • PROF. KIM, Hyunsoo (Inha Technical College) COCONVENER
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom) CHAIR
  • PROF. CHO, Daesung (Pusan National University) COCHAIR
Synopsis
Since the planet in which we live is largely covered by water, the existence and prosperity of mankind may rely on our ability to successfully utilize the resources provided by marine and ocean. The purpose of this session is to bring together opposite, divergent, and diverse answers to the vital aim of enhancing the sustainability of the marine and ocean technologies. Given this, the Society of Naval Architects of Korea (SNAK) and the Europe-Korean Marine and Ocean Engineers Association (EKMOA) are jointly organizing this session in order to introduce and exchange ideas and information in seeking to advance the art, science and practice of naval architecture, marine and ocean engineering. A notable feature of this joint session is to provide a rare opportunity to witness live and engaging discussion between leading researchers and engineers from South Korean as well as counterparts in Europe who are intent to bring and discuss the state-of-the art technologies pertinent to marine and ocean. Hence, it is expected to be the main backbone network between marine and ocean engineers in South Korea and EU. The joint session includes all areas of marine and ocean, which can allow for an extensive and diverse programme of presentation and discussion. Nevertheless, a particular guidance can be placed on some hottest topics associated with Arctic operation, optimal ship / offshore plant design & production, ocean hydrodynamics, novel marine/ocean systems, equipment and practices.
Speakers
  • PROF. CHO, Daesung (Society of Naval Architectures of Korea) [ 09:00 - 09:05 ]
    Title: Introduction of SNAK (Society of Naval Architectures of Korea)
  • DR. LEE, Yonwon (Europe-Korea Marine and Ocean Engineers Association) [ 09:05 - 09:10 ]
    Title: Introduction of EKMOA (Europe-Korea Marine and Ocean Engineers Association)
  • DR. THEOTOKATOS, Gerasimos (University Of Strathclyde) [ 09:10 - 09:35 ]
    Title: Marine engines simulation – In-house or commercial tools?
  • PROF. PAIK, Kwang-jun Paik (Inha University) [ 09:35 - 10:00 ]
    Title: A Numerical Study on the Effect of an Air Lubrication System for the Frictional Resistance Reduction of a Ship
  • PROF. JUNG, Kwang Hyo (Pusan National University) [ 10:00 - 10:25 ]
    Title: Pressure Estimation based on Velocity Profiles on under Deck due to Wave Impact
  • DR. KIM, Jin (Korea Research Institute Of Ships & Ocean Engineering(kriso)) [ 10:25 - 10:50 ]
    Title: R&D Planning for the Technology of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ship in Korea
  • DR. AHN, Yong Sung (Marine Policy Research Department, Korean Maritime Institute, Busan, Korea) [ 10:50 - 11:15 ]
    Title: Problems and Improvement Devices of Air Pollutants Management Policies in Korean Ports
Date / Time 2019-07-18 15:30   --   18:00
Room 5.02
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. LEE, Yongwon (Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom) CONVENER
  • DR. JOUNG, Tae-hwan (KRISO, South Korea) COCONVENER
  • DR. JANG, Jinho (KRISO, South Korea) CHAIR
Synopsis
The 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is the primary framework for international climate change cooperation. Its overarching objective is to stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations at a level that would prevent dangerous human-induced interference with the climate system. The Convention is a framework document augmented and updated by subsequent agreements, including the 1997 Kyoto Protocol and the 2015 Paris Agreement. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) has severely affected the Arctic region, causing melting snow and ice. Climate change is, therefore, also expected to change human activity in the Arctic region such as marine exploration and mining activities in the Arctic area. This session will discuss International Maritime Organization (IMO) conventions and agenda related to climate change in the Arctic region and the wider global context, including changes in activity in the polar region, as well as related research and international cooperation for environmental-friendly and efficient technical methodologies to reduce GHG emissions. Keywords: climate change, IMO GHG reduction strategy, Arctic ice decline, Arctic Resource exploitation.
Speakers
  • MR. BRIDGES, Robert (TOTAL S.A., France) [ 15:30 - 15:55 ]
    Title: Sea Ice Research for the Influence of Climate Change on the Design of Ships and Offshore Structures
  • DR. KANG, Kukjin (Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering, South Korea) [ 15:55 - 16:20 ]
    Title: Introduction of a Korea national R&D project related with floating-type offshore structure in the Arctic Ocean
  • DR. JOUNG, Taehwan (Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering, South Korea) [ 16:20 - 16:40 ]
    Title: Introduction of Initial IMO Strategy on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships and its Follow-up Actions
  • DR. KIM, Youngshik (Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering, South Korea) [ 16:40 - 17:00 ]
    Title: Introduction of the experimental mooring performance evaluation method for a turret moored Arctic offshore structure
  • MS. MIN, Sooyoung (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom) [ 17:00 - 17:20 ]
    Title: FEQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS FOR CYLINDRICAL FPSO IN BARENTS SEA
  • MR. PARK, Cheonkyo (KIAT Europe Office, Belgium) [ 17:20 - 17:40 ]
    Title: Global R&D Collaborative programs in Korea
  • Discussion [ 17:40 - 18:00 ]
Date / Time 2019-07-18 09:00   --   11:30
Room 5.04
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. KANG, Ki-sig (IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency)) CHAIR
  • DR. SHIN, Yong-hoon (SCK•CEN (Belgian Nuclear Research Centre)) CONVENER
Synopsis
Considering the speed at which climate change occurs with ever increasing global energy demand particularly in the developing countries, many including the industry and governments are increasingly thinking that nuclear power must play more important role for the environment and the humanity. Nonetheless, in some countries, nuclear power is being less promoted than it needs or is even being declined. This seems due in part to the issues related to the economy of nuclear power and nuclear safety associated with the public acceptance. The purpose of this session is to exchange and to discuss information on the status and prospects of nuclear power technology focusing on the nuclear safety and economy as well as national nuclear energy policy. In addition, the session may cover various issues in a wide perspective, such as the evaluation on the role of nuclear power in the reduction of greenhouse gas emission. In this regard, the nuclear energy session will mainly cover two subjects: advances in nuclear power technology and nuclear waste management policy. Additionally, other studies related to nuclear energy in general which are not able to be covered in a limited time schedule can be discussed in poster sessions.
Speakers
  • Opening remarks [ 09:00 - 09:10 ]
  • DR. YOO, Bong (SCK•CEN (Belgian Nuclear Research Centre)) [ 09:10 - 09:30 ]
    Title: Nuclear energy and climate change
  • MR. KIM, Wooho (KEPCO E&C/ ITER Org. Representative Office) [ 09:30 - 09:50 ]
    Title: Overview of the Status and Forecast of Nuclear Power Industries in the World
  • DR. KANG, Ki-sig (IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency)) [ 09:50 - 10:10 ]
    Title: Overview of Plant Life Management for Long Term Operation in Nuclear Power Plant
  • Adjourn/ Coffee break [ 10:10 - 10:25 ]
  • DR. A. NESIMI, Kilic (IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency)) [ 10:25 - 10:45 ]
    Title: Non-Baseload Operation of NPPs: Reasons, Challenges and Solutions
  • DR. LEE, David Sangcheol (The Manufacturing Technology Centre) [ 10:45 - 11:05 ]
    Title: An overview of computational methods in nuclear physics modelling
  • MR. MOON, Sunwoo (Royal Institute Of Technology (KTH)) [ 11:05 - 11:25 ]
    Title: Nuclear fusion material research: diagnostic mirrors and castellated tiles
  • DR. LEE, Kye Hong (KAERI (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)) [ 11:25 - 11:45 ]
    Title: KJRR, Medical Radioisotope Production Reactor
  • Wrap-up/ conclusions [ 11:45 - 11:50 ]
Date / Time 2019-07-18 13:00   --   16:45
Room 5.04
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. YOO, Martin S. D. (CRUSE Offshore GmbH) CONVENER
  • MR. KIM, Hyung-geun (ULSAN Metropolitan City) CONVENER
Synopsis
The Korean Government plans to expand the share of renewable energy to 20% (corresponding to 63.8 GW) of its total power generation by 2030. According to this plan, wind energy will increase from 1.2 GW in 2017 to 17.7 GW in 2030. About 12 GW of it will be generated by offshore wind energy farms. The city state Ulsan has initiated the promotion of the construction of a floating wind farm of 1 GW capacity, located 53 km east of Ulsan in the East Sea of South Korea. To benefit from stronger winds for better power generation, the installation will be moved further offshore, where naturally far greater water depths have to be dealt with. In this case, the foundation of the offshore wind turbine will be floating instead of fixed to the seabed. This leads complex motions of the wind turbine. Due to the heavy rotor at the top of the high substructure, a floating wind turbine can get into an unstable state during rough weather conditions and be at risk of being overthrown. There are thus some significant challenges to overcome for the floating wind turbine. A few concepts for floating platforms have been developed which are mature enough to be used for supporting wind turbines. In this session, wind farm developers will present their experiences in projects of building offshore wind farms, including some global players who are interested in the project of the Ulsan floating wind farm. Engineering companies and research organizations will introduce own concepts of their floating platforms. Manufacturing companies like ship builders will present their yards and facilities. Related topics such as wind turbines, ports and logistics can be also discussed. The Korean government is creating basic conditions for the promotion of its offshore wind farms and has promised to accelerate the approval processes. A government representative will introduce regulations and legislation for constructing offshore wind farms and will discuss the incentive system for the offshore wind power. Keywords (
Speakers
  • DR. YOO, Martin S. D. (CRUSE Offshore GmbH) [ 13:00 - 13:05 ]
    Title: Welcome and Introduction
  • MR. LEE, Sanghoon (Korea Energy Agency) [ 13:05 - 13:25 ]
    Title: Situation and Task of Offshore Wind Power in South Korea
  • MR. BRINGSVæRD, Sebastian (Equinor) [ 13:25 - 13:45 ]
    Title: Equinor’s ambitions and perspectives on offshore wind in South Korea
  • MR. CHOI, Woo Jin (Macquarie-green Investment Group) [ 13:45 - 14:05 ]
    Title: Development of offshore wind project in Korea
  • PROF. ABDEL MAKSOUD, Moustafa (Hamburg University Of Technology) [ 14:05 - 14:25 ]
    Title: Investigation of the Self-aligning behaviour of the passively yawing floating wind turbine
  • MR. CRUSE, Jens (Cruse Offshore Gmbh) [ 14:25 - 14:45 ]
    Title: Design of Floating Offshore Wind Turbine (FOWT) “SelfAligner”
  • DR. BAUER, Markus (Theva Dünnschichttechnik Gmbh) [ 14:45 - 15:00 ]
    Title: Lightweight superconducting generators for the next generation of floating offshore wind turbines
  • MR. GESCHIER, Bruno G. (Ideol Offshore) [ 15:30 - 15:50 ]
    Title: Full-scale demonstrators, a necessary step towards commercial-scale bankability
  • MR. CHASSé, B. (Principia) [ 15:50 - 16:10 ]
    Title: FOWT Integrated Load Analyses – Impact on Innovation Process, Financing Costs and O&M strategy
  • MR. STEIN, Detlef (Multiversum Gmbh) [ 16:10 - 16:30 ]
    Title: Offshore Floating Lidar Wind Measurements for Finance Grade Wind Resource Assessments
  • DR. CHOI, Jong-su (Korea Research Institute Of Ships And Ocean Engineering, Daejeon, Korea) [ 16:30 - 16:45 ]
    Title: Introduction of the Open Sea Test Site for Both Wave Energy Converters and Floating Wind Turbines in Korea
Date / Time 2019-07-18 16:45   --   18:00
Room 5.04
Conveners / Chairs
  • PROF. KIM, Taeseong (Loughborough University, Professor) CONVENER
Synopsis
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) of South Korea has announced plans for setting up large-scale offshore wind farms for expanding the offshore wind capacity as part of Renewable Energy 3020 Implementation Plan which is 20% of its total electricity consumption with renewable energy by 2030. In order to meet the plan about 16.5GW will be generated by wind energy. Of this total, 12GW would come from offshore wind energy. There are many leading research institutes, universities, and industries working in offshore wind energy system in Europe. It would be very beneficial to discuss and share the current state-of-the art offshore wind energy technology which can be used for developing offshore wind energy system in Korea. In this session, various technical disciplines for the offshore wind energy system such as very large blade design, generator design, tower design, cables, substructure design including floater, etc. will be presented and discussed.
Speakers
  • DR. CZICHON, Steffen (Fraunhofer Institute of Wind Energy Systems (IWES)) [ 16:45 - 17:10 ]
  • PROF. KIM, Bumsuk (Faculty Of Wind Energy Engineering, Graduate School, Jeju National University) [ 17:10 - 17:25 ]
    Title: A Numerical Analysis on the Effect of Wind Turbine Blade Erosion on Change in Performance Curve and Energy Production
  • MR. HWANG, Jae-il (Institute Of Machine Design And Tribology, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany) [ 17:25 - 17:40 ]
    Title: Design of Highly Loaded Slewing Bearings - The Collaborative Project HBDV
  • PROF. KIM, Taeseong (Loughborough University) [ 17:40 - 17:55 ]
    Title: Numerical validations of scaled DTU 10MW TLP floating wind turbine with experimental data