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Field measurements of breaking wave loads on a shoreline wave power station

Muller, G. and Whittaker, T.J.T. (1995) Field measurements of breaking wave loads on a shoreline wave power station Water and Maritime Engineering, 112, (3), pp. 167-172. (doi:10.1680/iwtme.1995.27881).

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Abstract

Field measurementsof breaking wave loads ona shoreline wave power station G.Muller, PhD, MSc, and T. T.Whittaker, PhD, MRINA J. W A wave loadmonitoring system for the Islay prototype wave power station was designed andinstalled. The monitoring system comprises a transducer module which houses five transducers and a selective data acquisition system. The system has been operationalsince January 1991. Six major storms with a duration of 24 days were monitored.So far, 2326 data records weretaken and a maximum pressure of 51.3 kN/m', corresponding to 12% of the design pressure,was measured...

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Published date: 1995
Keywords: breaking, systems, monitoring, distribution, instruments, water, hydrodynamics, transducers, storms, pressure, impact, instrumentation, generation, modules, uk, waves, shoreline, queens university belfast, vertical, power, energy, power stations, scotland, measurement, models, islay, field, data, loads, acquisition

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Local EPrints ID: 184973
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/184973
ISSN: 1741-7597
PURE UUID: ba498aa8-4441-43bd-9475-e7b701445057

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Date deposited: 18 May 2011 13:49
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 11:50

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