Laboratory Experiments for Highly Nonlinear WEC-Wave Conditions

Abstract

This document describes the experiments carried out in December 2019 and February-March 2020 in the Directional Wave Basin at the O.H. Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory, Oregon State University. Regular and irregular waves were generated in the absence and presence of a WEC, including regular and irregular waves using different wave generation and control strategies, emphasizing nonlinear wave conditions and nonlinear PTO control. Results of standard linear and 2nd-order wave generation are compared with results of a newly developed fully nonlinear wave generation technique using the Nonlinear Schrodinger (NLS) equation.

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DOE Project Name: Advanced Laboratory and Field Arrays (ALFA) for Marine Energy and Lab Collaboration Project (LCP)
DOE Project Number: EE0006816
DOE Project Lead: Yana Shininger
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Apr
2020
Data from April, 2020
Submitted Aug 5, 2020

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Authors

Bryson Robertson
Oregon State University
Ted Brekken
Oregon State University
Tuba Ozkan-Haller
Oregon State University
Solomon Yim
Oregon State University
Pedro Lomonaco
Oregon State University
Bret Bosma
Oregon State University
Jim Thompson
University of Washington
Nasim Adami
Oregon State University
Ali Mohtat
Oregon State University

Keywords

MHK, Marine, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, Nonlinear, WEC-Wave, Hinsdale, Oregon State University, ALFA-LCP, PTO control, O.H. Hinsdale, Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory, PTO, WEC, wave, surge, wave height, lab test, simulation, environment, Rayleigh distribution, FOSWEC, FOSWEC-2, MATLAB, Simulink, CAD, Directional Wave Basin, model, modeling, WEC-Sim, NLS

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