Jin, S.

Affiliated Marine Energy Engineering Documents

Total results: 10
Title Author Date Sort ascending Publication Type Type of Content Technology Collection Method Application
Power output estimation of a two-body hinged raft wave energy converter using HF radar measured representative sea states at Wave Hub in the UK Wang, D., Jin, S., Hann, M. Journal Article Journal Article Wave, Attenuator Field Data, Lab Data Hydrodynamics, Performance
A designed two-body hinged raft wave energy converter: From experimental study to annual power prediction for the EMEC site using WEC-Sim Jin, S., Wang, D., Hann, M. Journal Article Journal Article Wave Lab Data, Modeling, Scale Device Performance
A Review of Point Absorber Wave Energy Converters Guo, B., Wang, T., Jin, S. Journal Article Journal Article Wave, Point Absorber
A Review of Point Absorber Wave Energy Converters Guo, B., Wang, T., Jin, S. Journal Article Journal Article Wave, Point Absorber Control, Hydrodynamics, Performance, Power Take Off, Structural
On the scalability of wave energy converters Jin, S., Zheng, S., Greaves, D. Journal Article Journal Article Wave Modeling, Full Scale
Niche Applications and Flexible Devices for Wave Energy Conversion: A Review Renzi, E., Michele, S., Zheng, S. Journal Article Journal Article Wave Hybrid Devices
Power output estimation of WEC with HF radar measured complex representative sea states Wang, D., Conley, D., Hann, M. Conference Paper Conference Paper Wave, Point Absorber Modeling Performance, Power Take Off, Structural
Extreme responses of a hinged raft type wave energy convertor Tosdevin, T., Jin, S., Caio, A. Conference Paper Conference Paper Wave Modeling Hydrodynamics, Mooring
Wave energy in the UK: Status review and future perspectives Jin, S., Greaves, D. Journal Article Journal Article Wave
Viscosity effect on a point absorber wave energy converter hydrodynamics validated by simulation and experiment Jin, S., Patton, R., Guo, B. Journal Article Journal Article Wave, Point Absorber Lab Data, Modeling Hydrodynamics