The FLOATECH consortium took part in the WindEurope Electric City exhibition on November 23-25 in Copenhagen (Denmark).
A project booth was located at the Innovation Park, the pavilion designed to promote research and findings of European projects and start-ups. Project partners from TU Berlin and Euronovia could meet several industry representatives, researchers and stakeholders in the field of offshore wind and presented the project latest developments.
Joe Saverin, our colleague from TUBerlin, delivered a presentation on the stage of the Innovation Park and presented the project concept, objectives and expected outcomes. The audience express much interest for the QBlade Ocean simulation tool which is expected to perform simulations of floating offshore wind turbines with unseen aerodynamic and hydrodynamic fidelity. The tool will be released in open access in 2022.