The first edition of the DNV Offshore Standard “Design of Floating Wind Turbine Structures”, DNV-OS-J103, was published in June 2013. The standard represented a condensation of all relevant requirements for floaters in existing DNV standards for the offshore oil and gas industry which were considered relevant also for offshore floating structures for support of wind turbines, supplemented by necessary adaptation to the wind turbine application.

As part of the harmonization of the DNV GL codes for the wind turbine industry after the merger between Det Norske Veritas (DNV) and Germanischer Lloyd (GL) in the autumn of 2013, DNV GL currently plans to publish a revision of DNV-OS-J103 in 2017, to become identified as DNVGL-ST-0119.

The new revision is intended to reflect the experience gained since 2013 as well as the current trends within the industry.

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