Triton Point Absorber 1:30 Scale Tank Test Data for Extreme Wave Environments

Abstract
This content model summarizes laboratory testing data for the Oscilla Power Triton WEC conducted at 1:30 scale. The WEC was tested in large operational waves and in extreme wave conditions along the 1 in 50 year wave contour at the DoE reference location in Humbolt Bay, CA. The WEC was tested in both its operational configuration and its survival configuration. The aims of the dataset are (i) To demonstrate that the survival strategy developed for the Triton WEC improves survivability and reduces loads in extreme wave environments, and (ii) To determine the ultimate design loads for the WEC.
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DOE Project Name: DE-FOA-0001310: Next Generation Marine Energy Systems - Durability & Survivability
DOE Project Number: EE0007346
DOE Project Lead: William McShane
DOI: 10.15473/1513777
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Mar
2018
Data from March, 2018
Submitted Oct 1, 2018

Oscilla Power, Inc.

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Authors

Tim Mundon
Oscilla Power Inc.
Brian Rosenberg
Oscilla Power Inc.

Keywords

MHK, Marine, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, wave energy, point absorber, survivability, design loads, survival configuration, WEC, wave, point, absorber, multi-mode, durability, tank test, lab test, technology, extreme wave environment, extreme condition

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