Kvichak River RISEC Project Resource Reconnaissance and Physical Characterization, Igiugig, AK

Abstract
During the summer and fall of 2011 TerraSond Ltd. (TerraSond) completed a bathymetric survey and hydrokinetic energy assessment of the Kvichak River at Igiugig, Alaska. The purpose of this work was to characterize the initial site conditions for the design and installation of a hydrokinetic turbine to provide electric power for the village. There were six distinct phases of work for this project. The first was a literature review and investigation of prior surveys and hydrologic studies done in the area. The second, third, fourth, and fifth phases consisted of four field expeditions conducted over the summer and fall of 2011. These expeditions consisted of an initial reconnaissance, multi beam bathymetric surveys, flow velocity and discharge measurements, a survey of water levels, and detailed flow velocity studies. The final phase of the project was complete data reduction, and preparation of the final report with its accompanying map sheets and data packages.

This submission contains the final report for the Kvichak River RiISEC Project in addition to weather data for Igiugig, AK, Summer 2015.
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DOE Project Name: ADVANCED ENERGY HARVESTING CONTROL SCHEMES FOR MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVICES
DOE Project Number: EE0006397
DOE Project Lead: Alison LaBonte
DOI: 10.15473/1418354
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Oct
2015
Data from October, 2015
Submitted Mar 21, 2016

Ocean Renewable Power Company

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Keywords

MHK, Marine, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, bathymetry, riverine, flow measurements, flow study, alaska, AK, Kvichak River, resource, river, Igiugig, bathymetric, survey, assessment, characterization, site, reconnaissance, surface water, hydrology, depth, in-stream, energy conversion, RISEC, orpc

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