wave energy

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  • The grant will be used to create a new ocean energy test facility to test wave energy.
  • He recently contributed a chapter to California's wave energy white paper.
  • The movement of wind waves can be captured by wave energy devices.
  • After the wave cut platform is formed it must be removed from interaction with the high wave energy.
  • He is one of the pioneers of modern wave energy research.
  • It is not yet known exactly how much wave energy is available to heat the corona.
  • The shape of the bay focuses wave energy at the location.
  • The pressure changes within a medium cause the wave energy to transfer to higher harmonics.
  • The beach profile changes seasonally due to the change in wave energy experienced during summer and winter months.
  • The results showed little decay of wave energy with distance traveled.
  • At a simplified level, wave energy technology can be located near-shore and offshore.
  • In general, the longer the wavelength, the faster the wave energy will move through the water.
  • In water waves, the most used energy measure is the mean wave energy density per unit horizontal area.
  • Bangladesh has favorable conditions for wave energy especially during the period beginning from late March to early October.
  • It appears that this was the first oscillating water-column type of wave-energy device.
  • The idea behind this concept is to reduce the mooring means for wave energy structures.
  • It is only the wave energy itself that traverses the whole pipe during a single cycle.
  • LIMPET, developed in Scotland, is the world's first commercial scale wave-energy device.
  • Falnes' main research interest has been ocean wave energy and its utilisation.
  • They have recently found a new home in offshore wave energy generation, see Wave Dragon.
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