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The Crucial Role of Marlinks’ Thermal Models for Subsea Power Cables

In the offshore wind energy sector, subsea power cables play a crucial role in efficiently transmitting electricity from offshore turbines to the shore. At Marlinks, our approach is straightforward and effective. We use thermal models to precisely map the cable’s temperature distribution along its entire length.

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dotOcean and Marlinks Collaborate in NATO’s DIANA Initiative

A joint proposal submitted by dotOcean and its sister company Marlinks on the topic of ‘persistent surveillance above and under water’ has been chosen to participate in NATO’s Diana Accelerator Initiative, following the selection of 44 projects out of 1300 applications and being the only Belgian initiative selected.

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Webinar: Using DAS for the Detection and Localization of Electrical Cable Faults

Watch our exciting on-demand webinar in collaboration with Engie Laborelec. During this informative session, you will have the opportunity to delve into the world of electrical cable fault detection and localization using a Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) device coupled with fiber optic technology.

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Termination Temperature Monitoring (TTM) with FBG’s on cable joints and ends in offshore wind farms

TTM with FBGs involves embedding FBG-sensor lines onto the termination connectors, allowing real-time monitoring of temperature changes. By continuously measuring temperature variations, operators can gather valuable data about the connectors’ operational conditions.

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