CalWave Open Water Demo - FMEA Update Budget Period 2

Abstract

The Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a qualitative reliability technique for systematically analyzing each possible failure mode within a hardware system, and identifying the resulting effect on that system, the mission, and the personnel. This submission includes an updated FMEA summary for CalWave's open water demonstration including pre- and post-mitigation results, hazard identification (HAZID) analysis, and component/function rooted FMEA.

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DOE Project Name: CalWave Open Water Demonstration
DOE Project Number: EE0008097
DOE Project Lead: Yana Shininger
DOI: 10.15473/1675372
Last Updated: 4 months ago
Oct
2020
Data from October, 2020
Submitted Oct 9, 2020

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CalWave Power Technologies Inc.


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Awaiting release License 
All Resources Available Oct 10, 2025

Authors

Thomas Boerner
CalWave Power Technologies Inc.
Marcus Lehmann
CalWave Power Technologies Inc.
Nigel Kojimoto
CalWave Power Technologies Inc.
Bryan Murray
CalWave Power Technologies Inc.
Josiah Clark
CalWave Power Technologies Inc.

Keywords

MHK, Marine, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, FMEA, wave energy, WEC, risk management, risk, RPN, Xwave, open water, demo, CalWave, WEP, scaled

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