HORIZONTAL AXIS MARINE CURRENT TURBINE DESIGN FOR WIND-ELECTRIC HYBRID SAILING BOAT

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Serkan Ekinci; Mustafa Alvar;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
  • Journal: Brodogradnja : Teorija i praksa brodogradnje i pomorske tehnike,volume 68,issue 2 (issn: 0007-215X, eissn: 1845-5859)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.21278/brod68209
  • Subject: VM1-989 | Renewable energy; marine current turbine; momentum blade element method; computational fluid dynamics | Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering

In recent decades, the number of theoretical studies and applications on electric power production from renewable sources such as wind, solar, sea and tidal flows, has been increasing rapidly. Marine Current Turbines (MCTs), among the power turbines, produce power from ... View more
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