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RM4: Ocean Current Turbine

Associated Marine Energy Engineering Documents

Total results: 7
Title Author Date Sort ascending Type of Content Technology Collection Method Engineering
Design and Analysis of Hydromine for Harvesting Energy from Ocean Currents with No External Moving Parts Houchens, B., deVelder, N., Krath, E. Conference Paper Current, Ocean Current Modeling Hydrodynamics, Performance
Coaxial Turbines and Unsteady Blade Element Lift for Skewed Rotors Elfering, K. Thesis Current, Axial Flow Turbine, Ocean Current Lab Data, Modeling Hydrodynamics, Structural
The economics of electricity generation from Gulf Stream currents Li, B., de Queiroz, A., DeCarolis, J. Journal Article Current, Ocean Current Field Data, Modeling Hydrodynamics
Levelized cost of energy for marine energy conversion (MEC) technologies Neary, V., Kobos, P., Jenne, D. Conference Paper Current, Wave Modeling
Levelized Cost of Energy Analysis of Marine and Hydrokinetic Reference Models Jenne, D., Yu, Y., Neary, V. Conference Paper Current, Wave Modeling
Methodology for design and economic analysis of marine energy conversion (MEC) technologies Neary, V., Lawson, M., Previsic, M. Conference Paper Current, Wave
Methodology for Design and Economic Analysis of Marine Energy Conversion (MEC) Technologies Neary, V., Previsic, M., Jepsen, R. Report Current, Axial Flow Turbine, Cross Flow Turbine, Tidal, Ocean Current, Wave, Point Absorber, Oscillating Water Column, Oscillating Wave Surge Converter Lab Data, Full Scale, Scale Device Hydrodynamics, Mooring, Performance