Public deliverables

Public Deliverables

D.1.1 Project Management Guide

This document presents the main management features of the FLOTANT project. Deliverable 1.1 provides guidance and solid foundations for the project management enabling the consortium to clearly understand the Project Management System, methodology and tools to be implemented in FLOTANT. It is a product of Task 1.1: Administrative, Legal and Financial Management, included in Work Package 1: Project Coordination and Management.

It covers the main objectives expected to be achieved immerse in the balance of the main three interest which include: the executive, the users and the suppliers, based on the well-known international Project Management Methodology PRINCE2TM. This project deliverable constitutes the basic background to understand FLOTANT management structure, the implemented project control mechanisms and the strategies and registers for tracking Quality, Risks, Issues and project configuration. It also provides, as examples, non-editable main templates forms produced for FLOTANT.

D.1.3 System Engineering Management Plan

This Deliverable will describe how technical and scientific activities will be coordinated and controlled during development, technology assessment and testing. Monitoring and controlling of the Project will be carried out through Work Packages, tasks, deliverables and milestones defined in FLOTANT Grant Agreement. To achieve this goal, consortium will use different tools that allow both visual follow-up and detect deviations easily.

Finally, this deliverable will identify partner reviewer for every deliverable according partner background. In addition, a methodology will be described in order to handle the FLOTANT Intranet properly and ensuring common rules for every WP.  

D.3.3 Insulated core of dynamic 72,5 kV cable for aging testing

The main goal of this study is to investigate the integrity of both the cable design and the configuration in the platform and to highlight the comparative advantage of aluminum conductors in terms of cost, weight and usage in deep waters depending on the power transmission requirements.

The cable core to develop will be of semi-wet design subject to influence of water ageing but eliminating the radial water penetration metal barrier over the power core, which is also subject to fatigue. Eliminating the metal barrier will reduce cost and will improve the cable’s fatigue life.

A two-year aging test of the core in a saline water solution will demonstrate the feasibility of the semi-wet design with an aluminum conductor. 

D.4.1 Structural and naval architecture design basis

The purpose of this document is to define the Design Basis of the FLOTANT platform.  It will define the principle design parameters including the operational requirements and applicable codes. The information provided in this document forms the basis for development of the basic design and guidelines for the production of the functional and technical specifications that meets the project requirements.

D.4.2 Specifications os a Generic Wind Turbine

The purpose of this document is to define the specification of the 12 MW generic wind turbine to be used in FLOTANT project for further numerical tasks / coupled analyses. It establishes the methodology used to assess all the relevant turbine parameters, defines the corresponding numerical model, and includes validation to demonstrate model is reliable and realistic. In addition, report describes the methodologies foreseen to downscale the Turbine model for model tests and relevant parameters for selection.

D.5.9 Detailed antifouling and anti-bite test plan

This document aims to describe the antifouling and anti-bite additives state of art, as an introduction of the scope, timeline and mains associated resources involved in the additives testing in real sea conditions. The report also explains the two stages of the test and the different formulations which will be tested in each of the stages.

D.8.3 IPR Management Plan

This deliverable discloses the guidelines for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) management as derived from the FLOTANT Grant Agreement and Consortium Agreement. A procedure is presented covering identification of potential innovations, documentation, tracking and protection of Intellectual Property derived from the FLOTANT project.

D.9.1 FLOTANT Initial CDEP

Deliverable 9.1 represents the initial description of FLOTANT Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan (CDEP). It is a live document that will be modified as the project evolve and updated in M13, M25 and, finally, completed in M36. The CDEP covers among others the following aspects: the overall CDE strategy, targeted audience and the Advisory and Stakeholders Board, the project dissemination and communication channels and tools and references to key issues of the Data Management Plan, Knowledge Protection and results exploitation. Furthermore, the CDEP acts as a register for the main CDE activities executed by the project and periodically updated.

D.9.2 FLOTANT basic CDE package

Deliverable 9.2 contain the status of communication, dissemination and Exploitation related activities at M4 of the project.

Activities linked to the one-way communication are described in order to set a starting point: logo, leaflet, poster, roll-up, factsheet and website. In order to set the main sources will be the support of the CDE activities across the FLOTANT project.


D.9.3 Initial Communication and Dissemination Video

Project video represents one of the most useful and powerful one-way communication tools. This material is not only a video for sharing through social media, webpage and other channels of communication, but also for supporting FLOTANT representatives in communication and dissemination events.

D.9.5 1st Annual CDEP updated

Deliverable 9.5 represents the first update of the initial Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan (CDEP) which was reported in the deliverable D9.1. This document is still covering among others the following aspects: the overall CDE strategy, targeted audience and the Advisory and Stakeholders Board, the project dissemination and communication channels and tools and references to key issues of the Data Management Plan, Knowledge Protection and results exploitation. Furthermore, this updated document registers the main CDE activities executed by the project at this stage (M12); and the Invention Disclosure Form (IDF) as a managing tool to assess any potential invention generated within the project which is suitable to be protecteds.

D.9.11 Data Management Plan

Deliverable D9.11 “Data Management Plan” (DMP) is produced in the aim of Work Package WP9 related to the Dissemination and Communication of the FLOTANT project.

The aim of this FLOTANT DMP is to establish guidelines for the Consortium on the procedure for collecting and storing data, which will be produced in the framework of the project.

This Data management Plan presents the type of data and format that will be created in the different Work Packages; what methodology or standards are used; data availability, if it will be open access or confidential; size; how data will be disseminated during the project and how data is available after the conclusion of the project; to whom and who is responsible.