The world's longest single pile successfully entered the sea


Release time:

Jul 25,2019

On July 23, the Yangxi Shapa 300MW offshore wind power project constructed by Huaxi Offshore Engineering Co., Ltd. successfully completed the world’s longest single-pile sinking operation. This is another major breakthrough of Huaxi Offshore Engineering in the field of wind power market construction. The 12th pile built this time is 108.53 meters long and weighs 1,720 tons, making it the longest single wind power pile in the world. The 33 monopile foundation construction tasks of the Three Gorges Yangxi Shapa 300MW offshore wind farm project undertaken by Huaxi Offshore include the world's longest, heaviest and largest diameter monopile, which is a veritable heavyweight offshore wind power project. The project department adopted excellent construction organization design and made full preparations for the construction of each pile. The project department first stabilized the piles with the aid of the pile stabilization platform. During the pounding process, they stopped hitting every 50 cm, measured the verticality, and adjusted it in time. The verticality of the 12th pile was controlled at 1.12‰, and the construction task was completed with high quality and high precision. The construction of the No. 12 single pile foundation was successfully completed, which was recognized and trusted by the owners of the Three Gorges Project and the general contractor of the Three Airlines, laying a strong foundation for subsequent project operations. After the completion of the project, the net on-grid power will be about 83 billion watt-hours per year, which can save about 260,000 tons of coal consumption, which is of great significance for solving the problem of insufficient coal resources in Guangdong Province, alleviating the pressure on environmental protection, and promoting green economic development.
On July 23, the Yangxi Shapa 300MW offshore wind power project constructed by Huaxi Offshore Engineering Co., Ltd. successfully completed the world’s longest single-pile sinking operation. This is another major breakthrough of Huaxi Offshore Engineering in the field of wind power market construction.
 
   The 12th pile built this time is 108.53 meters long and weighs 1,720 tons, making it the longest single wind power pile in the world. The 33 monopile foundation construction tasks of the Three Gorges Yangxi Shapa 300MW offshore wind farm project undertaken by Huaxi Offshore include the world's longest, heaviest and largest diameter monopile, which is a veritable heavyweight offshore wind power project.   
 
The project department adopted excellent construction organization design and made full preparations for the construction of each pile. The project department first stabilized the piles with the aid of the pile stabilization platform. During the pounding process, they stopped hitting every 50 cm, measured the verticality, and adjusted it in time. The verticality of the 12th pile was controlled at 1.12‰, and the construction task was completed with high quality and high precision.
 
   The construction of the No. 12 single pile foundation was successfully completed, which was recognized and trusted by the owners of the Three Gorges Project and the general contractor of the Three Airlines, laying a strong foundation for subsequent project operations. After the completion of the project, the net on-grid power will be about 83 billion watt-hours per year, which can save about 260,000 tons of coal consumption, which is of great significance for solving the problem of insufficient coal resources in Guangdong Province, alleviating the pressure on environmental protection, and promoting green economic development.

 

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