Flow and performance characteristics of a direct drive turbine for wave power generation

@inproceedings{Prasad2014FlowAP,
  title={Flow and performance characteristics of a direct drive turbine for wave power generation},
  author={Deepak Dinesh Prasad and Mohammed Rafiuddin Ahmed and Young Hee Lee},
  year={2014}
}
A cross-flow turbine, also known as Banki turbine, is a hydraulic turbine that may be classified as an impulse turbine. It has gained interest in small and low head establishments because of its simple structure, cost effectiveness and low maintenance. The present work expands on this idea and aims to implement a cross-flow turbine as Direct Drive Turbine (DDT) for wave power generation. Waves have enormous amount of energy which is environment-friendly, renewable and can be exploited to… CONTINUE READING
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