ALFA Coupled Computational Fluid Dynamics/Discrete Element Method Modeling System

Abstract

The HDIS/COUPi discrete element method modeling system was used to simulate the interaction between various debris and the Research Debris Diversion Platform (RDDP)

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DOE Project Name: Advanced Laboratory and Field Arrays (ALFA) for Marine Energy
DOE Project Number: EE0006816
DOE Project Lead: Alison LaBonte
DOI: 10.15473/1460550
Last Updated: 4 months ago
Nov
2016
Data from November, 2016
Submitted Nov 30, 2016

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University of Alaska Fairbanks


907.888.2140

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Authors

Paul DUVOY
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Keywords

MHK, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, river, debris, DEM, modeling, marine, CFD, discrete element, method, computational, fluid dynamics, interaction, coupled, simulte, simulation, torque, water resistance, force, velocity, angular, RDDP, Research Debris Diversion Platform, diameter, friction, angle, buoyancy, geometry, numerical, model, analysis, Advanced, Laboratory, Field Arrays, University of Alaska Fairbanks, length, drag coefficient, HDIS, COUPi, resource

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