wave power

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wave power

n
(Electrical Engineering) power extracted from the motion of sea waves at the coast

wave power

The energy in sea waves exploited to generate electricity.
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wave power

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Section 2 presents the WEC system with the subtitles wave energy converter, synchronous buck converter and supercapacitor unit, respectively.
The sea trials, which are scheduled to begin next February, will help produce a commercially viable wave energy converter.
Bostrom, et al, "Peer-Reviewed Technical Communication-Study of a Wave Energy Converter Connected to a Nonlinear Load", IEEE Journal Of Oceanic Engineering, vol.
A PowerBuoy wave energy converter, part of the Wave Hub project, creating a national grid-connected socket built on the seabed off Cornwall
Iain Russell is the local manager of Wave Dragon, a floating, slack-moored wave energy converter composed of vertical turbines near the water's surface.
The world's first commercial-scale floating Wave Energy Converter temporarily began generating offshore power to Scotland's electrical grid in August.
The Limpet 500 shoreline wave energy converter at Portnahaven, on the Scottish island of Islay, is the first wave-power station to feed renewable energy directly into the national grid.
Belgium-based developer Laminaria is gearing up for the full-scale deployment of its 200kW wave energy converter (WEC) having concluded tank testing of a 1/30th scale device.
The funding has been awarded for a 12-month project which began this month to deliver the modelling, design, build, test and validation of MPS' next-generation WaveSub wave energy converter.
A novel wave energy converter prototype made almost entirely from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) has started trials in the waters off Falmouth, Cornwall.