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International Conference on Ocean Energy 2022

 

18-20 October 2022 San Sebastián / Donostia
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  3-P BUOYANT SYNCHRONY ACTUATED INDUCTANCE AC GENERATOR SUKUMARAN BALAMUNIANDY Received Received
  12-P Fatigue damage analysis of composite materials used in a 1 MW tidal turbine blade Afrooz Kazemi Vanhari Received Received
  14-P Design of a wave measurement system for experimental study in the Nordic sea: A systematic approach Chisom Ekweoba Received Received
  15-P The role of emerging technologies in energy future making: a social justice and responsible innovation exploration of marine renewables and hydrogen in island communities Lara Santos Ayllon Received Received
  16-P The economic potential of ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) after upscaling: global insights from Indonesian case study Aida Sutopo Received Received
  17-P A study of turbine performance using a Blade Element Momentum model and high-frequency ADCP data Larissa Perez Received Received
  19-P An open access platform for assessing wave energy resource and productivity potential of wave energy converters Riccardo Novo Received Received
  20-P Methodology for the life calculation of tidal turbine blades under damage tolerance consideration Daniel Cáceres Naranjo Received Received
  23-P Battery ageing analysis for the dimensioning of an energy storage system to smooth power output of a wave energy system Marcos Blanco Received Received
  24-P Innovative Multi-Turbine Control System for HydroWing Tidal Energy Technology Pimonpan Phurappa Received Received
  25-P Tidal Flow Classification a Machine Learning Approach Sergio L. Dubon Received Received
  26-P Costs assessment for Wave Energy Converter: comparison between bottom-up and top-down approaches. ENRICO GIGLIO Received Received
  36-P Reducing uncertainty in WEC extreme load estimates via goodness-of-fit testing Joao Cruz Received Received
  40-P Data Collection and site survey for tidal energy developments: Best practice and lessons learnt Philipp R. Thies Received Received
  45-P Model of a micro-grid powered by Marine Renewable Energy using batteries and fuel cell Mael Harnieh Received Received
  50-P Learned experiences from the development of Multi-Use projects - comparing working with existing structures against new builds Graham Lynch Received Received
  51-P FLOW MISALIGNEMENT Impact on the Power Production and AEP Estimates Luke Evans Received Received
  52-P Moving forward tidal turbine technology: LCA and techno-economic assessment of a second-generation tidal device Mikel Astorkiza Received Received
  55-P Can we trust turbulence models? Alyona Naberezhnykh Received Received
  62-P Advances of Site Characterization and Resource Assessment for Wave and Tidal Energy in the south Pacific coast of Chile Cristian Escauriaza Received Received
  65-P From Science to Consenting: Applying Environmental Effects Information to Support Regulatory Decision-Making Mikaela C. Freeman Received Received
  68-P Biological consequences of marine energy development on marine animals Lenaig Hemery Received Received
  83-P Autonomous maintenance management and condition monitoring of a tidal energy converter (TEC) via virtual twin JAVIER GRANDE Received Received
  84-P Influencing wave energy device design through lifecycle assessment: the role of ocean energy in supporting the circular economy Shona Pennock Received Received
  85-P Selkie Project - Decision Support Systems for MRE deployments TJ Horgan Received Received
  96-P Using magnetic coupling and a linear to rotational mechanism in a wave energy converter Jonathan Everett Received Received
  99-P ACOUSTIC CHARACTERIZATION OF AN OSCILLATING WAVE ENERGY CONVERTER IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC Eduardo Madrid Received Received
  101-P Loads Analysis on LiftWEC Tower System Louis Papillon Received Received
  104-P Cost Optimized Subsea Kite Solution Peter Glasl Received Received
  108-P Advanced control strategies for WEC Elie Al Shami Received Received
  110-P An air turbine for closed-cycle power take off in OWC type wave energy conversion devices. Morgane Bellec Received Received
  111-P Experimental infrastructure and computational resources of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) for offshore technologies: Three examples of its application JESUS MARIA BLANCO Received Received
  115-P Combining Parallel Research and Technology Development Projects: Delivering Performance Improvement and Cost Reduction in Marine Renewable Energy Technologies Brendan Cahill Received Received
  119-P Evaluation of damped and undamped mooring forces through field data and numerical model comparison Diego Miguez Received Received
  125-P THE CONTRIBUTION OF WAVE ENERGY IN THE SOUTHERN EUROPE (WESE) PROJECT TO THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF OCEAN ENERGY Juan Bald Received Received
  126-P MARINE DYNAMICS MODELLING TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF WAVE ENERGY FARMS IN NEARSHORE MORPHODYNAMICS Iñaki de Santiago Received Received
  130-P Developing a Diverse Marine Energy Workforce Pipeline Arielle Cardinal Received Received
  140-P Collaborative Technology Performance Level Assessments of Wave Energy Converters and Farms William Peplinski Received Received
  143-P Waves to Water Prize Partnership Mike Muglia Received Received
  145-P Implementation of the LiftWEC LCOE Calculation Tool to four Baseline LiftWEC Configurations Julia Fernandez Chozas Received Received
  152-P Real-time hybrid physical-numerical simulation for hydrodynamic problems Jonah Gadasi Received Received
  157-P A Web-Based Techno-Economic GIS Tool for Ocean Energy Ross Oconnell Received Received
  158-P Sustainable concrete for structural elements of ocean energy devices Jan Suchorzewski Received Received
  165-P Update on Ocean Energy Systems-Environmental Andrea Copping Received Received
  166-P Analytical Operation and Maintenance Optimisation tool for Ocean Energy Systems Markel Penalba Received Received
  167-P Advanced PTO Optimisation for a Floating OWC Wave Energy Converter Markel Penalba Received Received
  168-P A novel Risk Index for Uncertainty Reduction in the Design of Ocean Renewable Energy Systems Markel Penalba Received Received
  173-P A Resilient Debris-Compliant Hydropower Generator for Riverine Use in Remote Areas William Baxley Received Received
  176-P Wave energy integration in future power systems Paula B. Garcia-Rosa Received Received
  178-P Hexagonal Distributable Embeddable Energy Converters James Niffenegger Received Received
  184-P Capturing Lessons Learned by the U.S. Marine Energy Industry Andrea Copping Received Received
  186-P On the Road to Innovations Jesse Roberts Received Received
  188-P Experimental study on the performance of winglets on the blades of horizontal axis tidal turbines Rodolfo Olvera Trejo Received Received
  189-P Modelling unsteady loading on a floating tidal stream turbine using blade-element momentum and large-eddy simulation Pablo Ouro Received Received
  190-P The Tahiti Wave Energy Challenge project: decarbonizing electricity for islands and costal territories FRANCK LUCAS Received Received
  191-P Building a Research Landscape for the University Marine Energy Research Community Samantha Quinn Received Received
  198-P Hydro-Elastic Interaction of Flexible Membranes Krishnendu Puzhukkil Received Received
  200-P Communicating and engaging with stakeholders on research and innovation through research landscape mapping Deborah Greaves Received Received
  203-P Development of a lightweight wave power desalination device for disaster response Wesley Williams Received Received
  205-P Improved performance of Wells turbine power take-off for an oscillating water column wave energy converter Cesar Castillo Received Received
  210-P Investigation of Heat Exchanger Geometry effect on Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Maximum Net Power Output Kevin Fontaine Received Received
  214-P Opportunity of wave energy as part of the coming Danish Energy Islands Julia Fernandez Chozas Received Received
  217-P The Tidal Range Resource along the Argentinian Patagonia Coast Vicky Marti Barclay Received Received
  218-P Tidal Tools a digital modelling environment for the hydrodynamic analysis and design of hydrokinetic turbines Francesco Salvatore Received Received
  232-P The FloWatt Project: the first commercial deployment of vertical axis tidal turbine in the Raz Blanchard Gregory Germain Received Received
  236-P On the importance of simulation methods for ocean energy technology at different stages of development Johannes Palm Received Received
  241-P Tidal energy resource in the English Channel Jon Hardwick Received Received
  243-P Water Energy Point Absorber for Sardinia West Coast Marcello Rava Received Received
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