M3 Wave DMP/APEX WEC Survival Test Report

Abstract
This ?survival test report? summarizes the key tank test data, numerical model results, input test conditions (both numerical and tank testing), and crosses these items with three designs of the APEX wave energy converter. The baseline design of APEX is included, in addition to a minimalistic caisson design (aka ?the skeleton?), and variations of the APEX design where elevation off of the seabed is achieved. In general, sediment transport mitigation is a trade-off with other design factors, for example: while a minimalistic caisson helps reduce local scour for many wave conditions, it comes at a cost for bag connection failure/weakening.
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DOE Project Name: Improved Survivability and Lower Cost in Submerged Wave Energy Device
DOE Project Number: EE0007345
DOE Project Lead: Tim Ramsey
Last Updated: 8 months ago
Aug
2017
Data from August, 2017
Submitted Jun 27, 2018

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Mike Morrow
M3 Wave
Mike Delos-Reyes
M3 Wave

Keywords

MHK, Marine, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, lab test, laboratory testing, M3 Wave, ocean power, ocean, wave, WEC, wave energy, converter, submerged mid-column pressure differential, harvester, Delos-Reyes Morrow Pressure, DMP, submerged, APEX, pressure differential, stationary, seabed mounted, gravity base, technology, duribility, survivability, survival, tank test, numerical model, results

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