The DeRisk Database
datasetposted on 2021-11-02, 12:55 authored by Fabio PierellaFabio Pierella, Ole Lindberg, Henrik BredmoseHenrik Bredmose, Harry B. BinghamHarry B. Bingham, Robert ReadRobert Read, Allan Peter Engsig-KarupAllan Peter Engsig-Karup
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.(2009) "An efficient flexible-order model for 3D nonlinear water waves." Journal of computational physics 228.6 : 2100-2118.
 Pierella, F., Lindberg, O., Bredmose, H., Bingham, H. B., Read, R. W., & Engsig-Karup, A. P. (2021). The derisk database: Extreme design waves for offshore wind turbines. Marine Structures, 80, 103046.
DeRisk (Innovationsfonden grant no. 4106-00038B)
- Siting;>Design conditions;>Other
- Oceanographic;>Wave;>Fully nonlinear
- Meteorological data