Numerical simulation of a wawe generator: a case of study

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Abstract

The aim of present work is the numerical simulation of a linear generator, capable of directly converting the kinetic energy, available by the wave, into electrical energy, through the device linear motion (up and down).In this paper, we intend to propose a numerical simulation approach to immersed devices by applying the Immersed Boundary Method.The Theory of linear wave is used to study and reproduce sea conditions and the computational domain is created based on observations available for the site in which it is envisaged the positioning of the device
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine9
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2013

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