SeaRAY WEC Preliminary Design and Test Planning

Abstract

The SeaRAY is a deployable power system for maritime sensors, monitoring equipment, communications, unmanned underwater vehicles, and other similar payloads. This project is to design, deliver, and test a prototype low-power WEC that lowers the total cost of ownership and provides robust, new capabilities for customers in the maritime environment.

This submission includes reports for the SeaRAY preliminary system design, integration plan, and test plan for testing at the U.S. Navy's Wave Energy Test Site (WETS), as well as the preliminary installation, operation, & maintenance (IO&M) plan.

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DOE Project Name: DESIGN, BUILD AND TEST OF NOVEL, REMOTE, LOW-POWER WAVE ENERGY CONVERTER FOR NON-GRID APPLICATIONS
DOE Project Number: EE0008627
DOE Project Lead: Yana Shininger
Last Updated: 8 months ago
May
2020
Data from May, 2020
Submitted Dec 6, 2020

Contact

Columbia Power Technologies, Inc.


541.602.8518

Status

Awaiting release License 
All Resources Available May 18, 2025

Authors

Erik Hammagren
Columbia Power Technologies Inc.
Michael Ondusko
Columbia Power Technologies Inc.
Kelen O'Hearn
Columbia Power Technologies Inc.

Keywords

MHK, Marine, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, C-Power, Columbia Power Technologies, system design, integration plan, preliminary test plan, IOM, design review, SeaRAY, WEC, WETS, point absorber buoy, design load, installation, operation, maintenance, SCADA, PTO, seafloor garage, deployment, marine wildlife monitoring, met-ocean monitoring, electric plant, linear damping, advanced controls, thermal control, cooling, bilge

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