Special Issue "Wave and Tidal Energy"
A special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2018).
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: wave energy; resource assessment; wave modelling; wave energy converters; array design; installation planning; economic feasibility studies
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Interests: physical oceanography; coastal hydrodynamics; numerical modelling; tides and storm surges; coastal flood risk; climate change; marine renewable energy; inundation modelling; earth-system processes
Concerns of energy supply and climate change has driven renewable energy targets around the world. Marine renewable energy could make a significant contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating consequences of climate changes, as well as providing a high-technology industry. The conversion of wave and tidal energy into electricity has many advantages. Individual tidal and wave energy devices have been installed and proven, with commercial arrays planned throughout the world. The wave and tidal energy industry has developed rapid in the past few years and it seems timely to therefore review current research and map future challenges. Methods to improve understanding of the resource and interactions (between energy extraction, the resource and the environment) are welcomed; such as resource characterization (including electricity output), design considerations (e.g. extreme and fatigue loadings) and environmental impacts, at all timescales (ranging from turbulence to decadal) and all spatial scales (from device and array scales to shelf sea scales).Prof. Carlos Guedes Soares
Dr. Matthew Lewis
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- wave energy
- tidal energy
- ocean energy devices
- control of ocean energy devices
- materials for ocean energy devices
- structural design of ocean energy devices
- multiuse platforms resource assessment
- array design
- PTO design
- grid connection
- economic assessment
- installation planning
- maintenance planning