QBlade’s Most Comprehensive validation to date

The FLOATECH project has just released deliverable D2.4 the latest validation report comparing the capabilities of QBlade with state-of-the-art codes OpenFAST and DeepLines Wind™ in predicting the behavior of three different Floating Offshore Wind Turbines (FOWTs) in realistic Design Load Case (DLC) scenarios. This extensive report provides valuable insights into the accuracy of numerical models […]

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Try out the Wavefield Generator

Are you an offshore wind turbine engineer looking for an efficient way to test your designs against varying wave conditions? Did you know that QBlade features a built-in stand-alone wave generator? With just a few clicks, you can generate uni- or multi-directional waves for common spectra such as JONSWAP, ISSC, Torsethaugen, or Ochi-Hubble. Plus, you

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Public Release of QBlade SIL Interface

Today we announce the public release of the brand-new Simulation in Loop (SIL) interface for QBlade. Get Started with QBlade and Python: A Perfect Match for Wind Turbine Simulation! With this interface, you can now run QBlade’s advanced wind turbine simulations within the coding environment of your choice, including Python and Matlab. This flexibility opens

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QBlade 2.0 Release

More than 6 years have passed since the last release of QBlade (v0.96b). In these 6 years we have been working extensively on the integration and validation of several key features which were neccessary to bring the code-base to a level that allows for the efficient aero-elastic simulation of wind turbines in real world industrial-level

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