The DeRisk Database
datasetposted on 29.01.2020 by Fabio Pierella, Ole Lindberg, Henrik Bredmose, Harry B. Bingham, Robert Read, Allan Peter Engsig-Karup
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
The DeRisk database is an extensive database of long-crested (2D) nonlinear wave kinematics for computation of extreme loads on offshore structures.
The database was produced by running the nonlinear potential flow model OceanWave3D  on a gently sloping domain. The performed computations spanned a large parameter space, defined by nondimensional water depth, significant wave height and spectral peak period. A work containing a thorough description and validation of the current computations and of the database concept is currently under preparation .
The DataBase is openly accessible under the conditions of the present license.
Routines for interacting with the database, and usage examples are located at:
 Engsig-Karup, Allan Peter, Harry B. Bingham, and Ole Lindberg. "An efficient flexible-order model for 3D nonlinear water waves." Journal of computational physics 228.6 (2009): 2100-2118.
 Pierella, F., Lindberg, O., Bredmose, H., Bingham, H.B., Read, R., Engsig-Karup, A.P. The DeRisk database: extreme design waves for Offshore Wind Turbines. Under preparation.
DeRisk (Innovationsfonden grant no. 4106-00038B)
- Siting;>Design conditions;>Other
- Oceanographic;>Wave;>Fully nonlinear
- Meteorological data