Book 2017

Marine Renewable Energy

Resource Characterization and Physical Effects

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ISBN: 978-3-319-53534-0 (Print) 978-3-319-53536-4 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

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    Pages 1-36

    Wave Energy Assessments: Quantifying the Resource and Understanding the Uncertainty

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    Pages 37-69

    Wave Energy Resources Along the European Atlantic Coast

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    Pages 71-97

    Analyses of Wave Scattering and Absorption Produced by WEC Arrays: Physical/Numerical Experiments and Model Assessment

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    Chapter

    Pages 99-120

    Hydrokinetic Tidal Energy Resource Assessments Using Numerical Models

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    Pages 121-136

    Tidal Energy Resource Measurements

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    Chapter

    Pages 137-158

    Wave-Tide Interactions in Ocean Renewable Energy

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    Chapter

    Pages 159-177

    Use of Global Satellite Altimeter and Drifter Data for Ocean Current Resource Characterization

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    Chapter

    Pages 179-215

    Mapping the Ocean Current Strength and Persistence in the Agulhas to Inform Marine Energy Development

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    Pages 217-236

    Ocean Current Energy Resource Assessment for the Gulf Stream System: The Florida Current

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    Pages 237-258

    Marine Hydrokinetic Energy in the Gulf Stream Off North Carolina: An Assessment Using Observations and Ocean Circulation Models

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    Chapter

    Pages 259-278

    Effects of Tidal Stream Energy Extraction on Water Exchange and Transport Timescales

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    Chapter

    Pages 279-304

    The Impact of Marine Renewable Energy Extraction on Sediment Dynamics

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    Pages 305-322

    Assessing the Impacts of Marine-Hydrokinetic Energy (MHK) Device Noise on Marine Systems by Using Underwater Acoustic Models as Enabling Tools

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    Chapter

    Pages 323-332

    Challenges to Characterization of Sound Produced by Marine Energy Converters

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    Chapter

    Pages 333-383

    Planning and Management Frameworks for Renewable Ocean Energy

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 385-387