Metocean Analytics goes to extremes

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Open Ocean’s metocean analysis software Metocean Analytics now provides extreme value analysis of ocean current speed and water height.

Open Ocean has completed the set of extreme value analysis with the addition of ocean current speed and water height extremes analysis to its Metocean Anaytics software.

This goes in line with already available wind speed and wave height extreme values in Metocean Analytics rounding up the complete set of design parameters for any type of offshore structures, Open Ocean said.

Metocean Analytics simplifies and accelerates the search and analysis process for potential sites, thanks to a large catalogue of currents, waves and wind data, according to Open Ocean.

The data is coupled with statistical tools that analyze the locations of interest, and an editing tool which provides reports on-demand.

Open Ocean is a Paris-based company that specializes in high resolution numerical modeling, statistical analysis and data mining, and offers services for the marine renewable energy sector.

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