DESIGN-DRIVEN INNOVATION: NEXT GENERATION WIND FARM MOTHERSHIP FOR THE NORTH SEA

D. Boote, F. Galleggioni, T. Colaianni, S. McCartan, T. Thompson, F. Iliopulos, I. MacFarlane, D. Rose, B. Verheijden, C. Anderberg, H. Phalm

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Abstract

In response to the specific requirements for UK Round 3 far shore wind farm maintenance operations, a new mothership concept design proposal is presented, that challenges perceptions of the working and living environment on commercial vessels through the implementation of Design-Driven Innovation. The interaction between innovation of design meaning and technology innovation can transform the market within an industry and even create new market sectors. An analysis of the offshore wind market identified the challenges of vessel financing compared to the oil & gas sector, as a unique opportunity for a common platform technology vessel. The concept presented has an innovative WFSV launch/recovery system enabling a conventional OSV platform to be adapted into a mothership role, resulting in a more cost effective O&M solution.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventMarine Design 2015 - London; United Kingdom, London, United Kingdom
Duration: 2 Sep 20153 Sep 2015

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ConferenceMarine Design 2015
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period2/09/153/09/15

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This paper is not available on the repository. It was given at the Marine Design conference 2015, 2-3 September 2015, London, UK

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Boote, D., Galleggioni, F., Colaianni, T., McCartan, S., Thompson, T., Iliopulos, F., ... Phalm, H. (2015). DESIGN-DRIVEN INNOVATION: NEXT GENERATION WIND FARM MOTHERSHIP FOR THE NORTH SEA. In Unknown Host Publication

DESIGN-DRIVEN INNOVATION: NEXT GENERATION WIND FARM MOTHERSHIP FOR THE NORTH SEA. / Boote, D.; Galleggioni, F.; Colaianni, T.; McCartan, S.; Thompson, T.; Iliopulos, F.; MacFarlane, I.; Rose, D.; Verheijden, B.; Anderberg, C.; Phalm, H.

Unknown Host Publication. 2015.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference proceeding

Boote, D, Galleggioni, F, Colaianni, T, McCartan, S, Thompson, T, Iliopulos, F, MacFarlane, I, Rose, D, Verheijden, B, Anderberg, C & Phalm, H 2015, DESIGN-DRIVEN INNOVATION: NEXT GENERATION WIND FARM MOTHERSHIP FOR THE NORTH SEA. in Unknown Host Publication. Marine Design 2015, London, United Kingdom, 2/09/15.
Boote D, Galleggioni F, Colaianni T, McCartan S, Thompson T, Iliopulos F et al. DESIGN-DRIVEN INNOVATION: NEXT GENERATION WIND FARM MOTHERSHIP FOR THE NORTH SEA. In Unknown Host Publication. 2015
Boote, D. ; Galleggioni, F. ; Colaianni, T. ; McCartan, S. ; Thompson, T. ; Iliopulos, F. ; MacFarlane, I. ; Rose, D. ; Verheijden, B. ; Anderberg, C. ; Phalm, H. / DESIGN-DRIVEN INNOVATION: NEXT GENERATION WIND FARM MOTHERSHIP FOR THE NORTH SEA. Unknown Host Publication. 2015.
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