In this minor thesis, the use of concrete as material for floating wind platforms is proposed as an alternative that can provide, great resistance to corrosion and virtually non maintenance. After selecting the best suitable floating platform type for shallow waters a static analysis is done in order to choose the geometry and dimensions that best fits the needs expressed. Then with the selected model, a dynamic analysis is performed in order to check the platform interaction with waves. Finally a basic description of loads affecting the platform and the displacements and efforts distribution on it is shown.
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