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Offshore Renewable Energy Research at the University of Strathclyde

日期:2014-11-06 11:08:33  字体:[] [] []

 
报告人: Sandy Day教授, Professor of Marine Hydrodynamics and Head of Department in the Department of Naval Architecture Ocean and Marine Engineering at Strathclyde University
时   间: 2014-11-12 14:00:00
地   点: 上海交大闵行校区木兰船建楼A1008 会议室
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联系人: 万德成 教授 Email: dcwan@sjtu.edu.cn
  报告内容简介:
 
 
 
  The seminar will begin by introducing the range of research currently in progress in the University of
 
  Strathclyde, covering activities in fixed and floating offshore wind systems, as well as wave and tidal energy.
 
  The seminar will then examine in more detail two research projects in the area of tidal energy which have
 
  been recently completed in the Kelvin Hydrodynamics Laboratory. The first project examines the effect of the
 
  choice of facility on the prediction of performance of a tidal energy device; a three bladed horizontal axis turbine
 
  was tested in four facilities throughout Europe, including two towing tanks and two circulating water channels.
 
  The study identifies the typical differences which were found between the facilities and discusses the causes of
 
  these differences. The second project examines the effect of unsteady inflow on the fluid loading on the blades of
 
  a horizontal axis turbine, including the effects of dynamic stall, and examines approaches for predicting the
 
  loading and life of the blades.
 
 
 
  报告人简介:
 
 
 
  Sandy Day is Professor of Marine Hydrodynamics and Head of Department in the Department of Naval
 
  Architecture Ocean and Marine Engineering at Strathclyde University. He is the Director of the University’s
 
  Kelvin Hydrodynamics Laboratory. His research interests lie in computational and experimental hydrodynamics;
 
  he is actively engaged in both fundamental and industry-focussed research on performance and survivability of
 
  offshore renewable energy devices including floating offshore wind turbines, current turbines and wave energy
 
  devices. The Kelvin Laboratory has carried out commercial tests of a wide range of wave and tidal devices, and is
 
  increasingly active in the offshore wind sector.
 
 
 
  He is an active member of the International Towing Tank Conference (ITTC), which sets best-practice
 
  standards for large-scale hydrodynamics testing facilities worldwide; he has recently chaired the ITTC committee
 
  on Hydrodynamic Testing of Marine Renewable Energy Devices, which has developed new standards for tank
 
  testing of offshore wind, wave and tidal energy devices. These new standards were adopted at the ITTC
 
  conference in Copenhagen in September 2014.
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