IDCOR Offshore Renewable Energy

Organization profile

Organisation profile

IDCORE (Industrial Doctoral Centre in Offshore Renewable Energy) is based within the UK's leading offshore energy research Universities and Institutes. University of Strathclyde partners the Universities of Edinburgh and Exeter, and the Scottish Association for Marine Sciences (SAMS) and HR Wallingford.

The IDCORE programme will train world-class industrially-focussed research engineers who, with the help of sponsoring companies, will accelerate the deployment of offshore wind, wave and tidal-current technologies in order to meet the UK's ambitious offshore renewable energy targets.

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Turbines Engineering & Materials Science
Numerical models Engineering & Materials Science
Wind turbines Engineering & Materials Science
Reinforcement learning Engineering & Materials Science
Mooring Engineering & Materials Science
Towers Engineering & Materials Science
Stiffness Engineering & Materials Science
Hardening Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 2015 2019

Baseline design of the deep turbine installation-floating, a new floating wind concept

Serret, J., Tezdogan, T., Stratford, T., Thies, P. R. & Venugopal, V., 10 Jun 2019. 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Open Access
File
Turbines
Mooring
Wind turbines
Towers
Coastal zones

Increasing the accuracy of initial feasibility studies - utilising numerical models to estimate the LCoE of floating tidal energy platforms

McDowell, J., Jeffcoate, P., Johanning, L., Bruce, T. & Shi, W., 22 May 2019. 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Open Access
File
Numerical models
Tide gages
Flowmeters
Flow velocity
Economics

Assessing the mechanical stresses of dynamic cables for floating offshore wind applications

Young, D. G., Ng, C., Oterkus, S., Li, Q. & Johanning, L., 10 Oct 2018, In : Journal of Physics: Conference Series . 1102, p. 1-13 13 p., 012016.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
floating
cables
insulation
damage
marine environments

Activities 2016 2016

  • 1 Invited talk

Guest Lecture on Hydrodynamics of Offshore Renewable Energy Devices

Elif Oguz (Invited speaker)
11 Nov 2016

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk