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Testing and Deployment
Configurations as tested and modeled in final phase of project.
Morrow, M. and Delos-Reyes, M. M3 Wave (2017)
Aug 08, 2017
A report on state estimation for advanced control of wave energy converters (WECs), with supporting data models and slides from the overview presentation. The methods discussed are intended for use to enable real-time closed loop control of WECs.
Coe, R. and Bacelli, G. Sandia National Laboratories (2017)
Apr 25, 2017
Wave tank tests at Stevens Institute of Technology quantified the ability of near-surface platforms to concentrate wave energy over the platform. Due to the instantaneous change in wave depth, mass, energy, and power are conserved in this process. The energy and power concentrati...
Raftery, M. Martin and Ottaway (2010)
Aug 10, 2010
Plans for Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (NNMREC) Project. Mobile Ocean Test Berth (MOTB) plans PMEC-SETS Plans
Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (2016)
Jun 29, 2016
Risk Registers for major subsystems of the StingRAY WEC completed in compliance with the DOE Risk Management Framework developed by NREL.
Rhinefrank, K. Columbia Power Technologies, Inc. (2017)
Feb 24, 2017
Density values from active acoustic measurements at South Energy Test Site. This data correspond to a bottom mounted upward-looking WBAT, deployed from April 19th to September 30th. Samples (175 pings) were collected hourly at 1Hz.
Horne, J. Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (2017)
Apr 11, 2017
Acoustic backscatter data from a WBAT operating at 70kHz deployed at PMEC-SETS from April to September of 2016. 180 pings were collected at 1Hz every two hours, as part of the Advanced Laboratory and Field Arrays (ALFA) for Marine Energy project. Data was subject to preliminary pr...
Horne, J. Northwest National Marine renewable Energy Center (UW) (2016)
Oct 01, 2016
Acoustic Pilot surface survey at the South Energy Test Center at Newport (Oregon). Data collected with a SIMRAD EK-60 echosounder using four frequencies (38, 70, 120 and 200 kHz).
Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (2015)
Oct 08, 2015
Technical report for public dissemination on the design progress for the Advanced TidGen(R) Power System.
Marnagh, C. and McEntee, J. Ocean Renewable Power Company (2018)
Jun 27, 2018
Risk Register for the RivGen power system, optimized for performance, durability and survivability, in Microsoft Excel format.
Salmon, A. Igiugig Village Council (2017)
Oct 05, 2017