LandRAY PTO Test Plans with NREL NWTC 5 MW Dynamometer

Abstract
The overarching project objective is to demonstrate the feasibility of using an innovative PowerTake-Off (PTO) Module in Columbia Power's utility-scale wave energy converter (WEC). The PTO Module uniquely combines a large-diameter, direct-drive, rotary permanent magnet generator; a patent-pending rail-bearing system; and a corrosion-resistant fiber-reinforced-plastic structure.
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DOE Project Name: Build and Test of a Novel, Commercial-Scale Wave Energy Direct-Drive Rotary Power Take-Off Under Realistic Open-Ocean Conditions
DOE Project Number: EE0006399
DOE Project Lead: Gary Nowakowski
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Feb
2016
Data from February, 2016
Submitted Feb 29, 2016

Columbia Power Technologies, Inc.

Contact

541.760.1833
All Resources Available Feb 28, 2021

Authors

J Prudell
Columbia Power Technologies Inc.
E Hammagren
Columbia Power Technologies Inc.
A Schacher
Columbia Power Technologies Inc.
Ken Rhinefrank
Columbia Power Technologies Inc.
Reenst Lesemann
Columbia Power Technologies Inc.

Keywords

MHK, Marine, Hydrokinetic, direct-drive, PTO, Power-Take-Off, Renewable Energy, Wave Energy Converter, Offshore, Grid-Connection, Reliability, Performance, Dynamometer, large-diameter, direct drive, wave, permanent, magnet, hybrid, attenuator, point, absorber, field, test, technology, economics, LCOE, levelized cost of energy, cost, management, plans

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Awaiting release License 
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