AquaBuOY - the offshore wave energy converter numerical modeling and optimization

@article{Weinstein2004AquaBuOYT,
  title={AquaBuOY - the offshore wave energy converter numerical modeling and optimization},
  author={Asha Weinstein and G. Fredrikson and M. J. Parks and Kristian Nielsen},
  journal={Oceans '04 MTS/IEEE Techno-Ocean '04 (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37600)},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={1854-1859 Vol.4}
}
Ocean energy and offshore wave energy conversion in the United States is at a significant milestone. During the next couple of years, ocean energy technology developers and energy officials have a potential to deploy pilot scale ocean energy conversion installations. This capability comes at a time of increased interest in ocean energy worldwide. The paper outlines AquaEnergy's experience in developing the Makah Bay pilot offshore power plant and results of the projected performance data… CONTINUE READING
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