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Data from ice tank tests with vertically sided structures collected during the SHIVER project

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posted on 01.12.2021, 08:18 by Hayo HendrikseHayo Hendrikse, Tim Hammer, Marnix van den BergMarnix van den Berg, Tom Willems, Cody Owen, Kees van Beek, Nick Ebben, Otto Puolakka, Arttu Polojärvi

Basin tests were performed at the Aalto Ice Tank to gather data on ice action and ice-structure interaction. A real-time hybrid test setup was mounted to a carriage on a bridge spanning the ice tank. A vertically sided cylindrical pile was moved through the ice by moving the carriage along the bridge. The dynamic response to the measured ice loads was simulated by the real-time hybrid test setup for a range of test structures including offshore wind turbines, a series of single- and multi-degree-of-freedom oscillators, the Norströmsgrund lighthouse and the Molikpaq caisson structure. In addition, ice loads were measured in forced vibration tests and while moving the rigid pile through the ice with a constant speed.


A full description of the data and experimental design has been submitted to Data in Brief. Metadata of this dataset will be updated once this becomes publicly available. For questions about the data contact Hayo Hendrikse (h.hendrikse@tudelft.nl).

Funding

An advanced ice model for application in design of offshore wind turbines susceptible to ice-induced vibrations based on model-scale experiments (SHIVER) | TKITOE_WOZ_1906_TUD_SHIVER | TKI-Energie uit de Toeslag voor Topconsortia voor Kennis en Innovatie van het ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat.

History

Publisher

4TU.ResearchData

Time coverage

05-2021 - 06-2021

Format

Zipped video recordings sorted by date and run number (R##) to keep file size manageable, Zipped raw time series in .csv format, Database overview file in .xlsx format, Example plotting function in .m format, zipped structural model files used for the experiment, zipped wind load files used for the experiment.

Organizations

TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Hydraulic Engineering ; Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy ; Aalto University, School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Finland