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

Field measurements of breaking wave loads on a shoreline wave power station
Field measurements of breaking wave loads on a shoreline wave power station
Field measurements of breaking wave loads on a shoreline wave power station G.Muller, PhD, MSc, and T. T.Whittaker, PhD, MRINA J. W A wave load monitoring system for the Islay prototype wave power station was designed and installed. The monitoring system comprises a transducer module which houses five transducers and a selective data acquisition system. The system has been operational since January 1991. Six major storms with a duration of 24 days were monitored. So far, 2326 data records were taken and a maximum pressure of 51.3 kN/m-2, corresponding to 12% of the design pressure, was measured...

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
1753-7819
167-172
Muller, G.
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Muller, G. and Whittaker, T.J.T. (1995) Field measurements of breaking wave loads on a shoreline wave power station. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Water Maritime and Energy, 112 (3), 167-172. (doi:10.1680/iwtme.1995.27881).

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Field measurements of breaking wave loads on a shoreline wave power station G.Muller, PhD, MSc, and T. T.Whittaker, PhD, MRINA J. W A wave load monitoring system for the Islay prototype wave power station was designed and installed. The monitoring system comprises a transducer module which houses five transducers and a selective data acquisition system. The system has been operational since January 1991. Six major storms with a duration of 24 days were monitored. So far, 2326 data records were taken and a maximum pressure of 51.3 kN/m-2, 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: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/184973
ISSN: 1753-7819
PURE UUID: ba498aa8-4441-43bd-9475-e7b701445057

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Date deposited: 18 May 2011 13:49
Last modified: 16 Jul 2018 16:31

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