Dr Faryal Khalid
Postdoctoral Research FellowProjects
- CableDyn: Subsea cable dynamics under complex ocean environment investigating dynamic loading, motion response, impact of vortex induced vibration and its suppression mechanism, and fatigue failure of subsea power cables subjected to combined 3-dimensional waves, currents, and turbulence.
- Wave Energy Demonstration at Utility Scale to Enable Arrays (WEDUSEA): Demonstration of a grid connected 1MW Ocean Energy floating wave energy converter at the European Marine Energy Test Site (EMEC) in Orkney, Scotland.
- Bilateral UK & US Offshore Wind R&D Programme: Technology demonstration of an active mooring component, IMS, as it progresses towards commercialisation. The IMS reduces peak mooring line loads for floating wind turbines.
- OffAqua: Assessing the impact of dynamic environmental conditions on structural risk for the development of offshore aquaculture in the UK.
- Floating Wind Joint Industrial Project: Demonstrate scaled IMS prototype to meet floating offshore wind requirements through collaboration with industry.
- Dynamic Load Reduction and Station Keeping Mooring System for Floating Offshore Wind: Combined physical and numerical testing to demonstrate the load reduction capabilities of the IMS.
- MaRINET2: Integration and cooperation between leading European research infrastructure and facilities specialising in offshore renewable energy systems.
- OPERA: Delivery of open access, high-quality open-sea operating data to support wave energy development.
PhD University of Exeter
Developed a combined risk-return methodology using system reliability assessment and energy output to determine location-specific guidelines for future offshore wind farm deployments at various stages of the industry lifecycle. Her work is supervised by Dr. Philipp Thies and Prof. Lars Johanning.
PhD thesis: Reliability assessment approach through geospatial mapping for offshore wind energy
Bachelors - Jacobs University Bremen
Degree programme in Earth and Space Sciences (specialising in Oceanography) understanding a combination of traditional geoscience disciplines such as geology, oceanography and environmental science.
BSc thesis: Analysis of In Situ Ocean Wave Measurements: A Feature Classification Scheme and its Dependency on Different Sea State Regimes.