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Volume 6: Ocean Space Utilization; Ocean Renewable Energy
This article presents a method for performing Real-Time Hybrid Model testing (ReaTHM testing) of a floating wind turbine (FWT). The advantage of this method compared to the physical modelling of the wind in an ocean basin, is that it solves the Froude-Reynolds scaling conflict, which is a key issue in FWT testing. ReaTHM testing allows for more accurate testing also in transient conditions, or degraded conditions, which are not feasible yet with physical wind. The originality of the presenteddoi:10.1115/omae2016-54435 fatcat:27iwhzjsuvgqzkls6tttoxwpgi