Maximum Power Absorption by Multiple Connected Rafts
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In this chapter, a mathematical model is presented to evaluate the maximum mean power that can be absorbed by a three-dimensional system of multiple connected rafts in waves under a weighted global constraint.
KeywordsMaximum Power Absorption Motion Constraints Capture Width Connection Constraints Raft Width
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