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Integrated domain model for operative offshore installation planning

Daniel Rippel, Nicolas Jathe, Michael Lütjen, Helena Szczerbicka and Michael Freitag

A chapter in Digital Transformation in Maritime and City Logistics: Smart Solutions for Logistics, 2019, pp 25-54 from Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Institute of Business Logistics and General Management

Abstract: Purpose: This article aims to identify common structural elements in the descriptions of both approaches, enabling the application of model transformations. Methodology: Several models of both types will be compared, combining relevant concepts, i.e., entities, attributes and relationships into a generalized model. In a second step, elements crucial to either type of model are identified. For the remaining elements, interdependencies and redundancies will be identified to enable a model reduction. Findings: While the structure and notation of both approaches are different, both describe the same fundamental concepts and relationships. The article provides a data model of these common concepts for the operational planning of offshore activities, including weather restrictions and forecasts. Originality: In current literature, there exist no approaches to combine mathematical optimization with event-discrete simulations in the context of offshore wind farm installations. To harness the advantages of both approaches in an integrated methodology, a model of common concepts is required, which does not exist at this time.

Keywords: Offshore wind energy; Operative installation planning; Domain model; Mathematical and simulation-based models (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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