Specifications for offshore platform engineering geology investigation.
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Offshore wind farms offer many benefits over traditional energy sources and are expected to contribute significantly to a reduction in climate change in coming years. Many countries have made commitments to reduce their carbon emissions and are therefore planning to expand their current renewable energy sectors. The use of this “renewable” resource to generate electricity, through the development of offshore windfarms, is recognized as one of the key elements in meeting the commitment to reducing greenhouse gases, and is supported by a number of global conservation organizations, including Greenpeace, the World Wide Fund for Nature and Friends of the Earth. The seabed is gentle flat, water depth is shallow and wind resources are abundant in the Yellow sea, which are suitable for construction of wind farm. A total of 50 wind turbines with 4.0 MW single unit capacity and 200 MW total installed capacity are designed and installed in this project. The wind turbines are arranged along th.....
PublisherGeneral Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.A
Maturity LevelConcept: A methodology is being developed at one institution(s) but has not been agreed to by the community; requirements and form for a methodology are understood (TRL 1-3)
Best Practice TypeGuide
CitationLai, X.; Hu, T.; Zhang, J.; Song, X.; Song, S. and Li, D. (2009) Specifications for offshore platform engineering geology investigation. China, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China, 48pp. (GB/T17503-200X). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-557
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