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Planning of offshore constructions is seldom standard-design and often involves site specific issues. This is especially true working with Multi Use Platform, where two or more different types of structures must be designed to interact and to utilise all possible synergies in their function. The planning and design of MUPS in MERMAID has therefore not only involved standard engineering methods, but also advanced numerical tools, that can enable a detailed understanding of the environment and the interactions between the MUP and the surrounding water environments. The intention of this report is to summarise the advanced methods developed and used during MERMAID to support the planning and design of MUP’s and form a guideline and inspiration to planners on how to meet the challenges that turns up during design of such structures.
|Number of pages||53|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
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01/01/2012 → 31/05/2016