Diseño de canales de aumento para una turbina de corriente marina en un cogenerador flotante (Augmentation Channel Design for a Marine Current Turbine in a Floating Cogenerator)

Emilio Garcia Moreno (egarciam@isa.upv.es)1, Ricardo Piza Fernandez (rpiza@isa.upv.es)1, Eduardo Quiles Cucarella (equiles@isa.upv.es)1, Antonio Correcher Salvador (ancorsal@upvnet.upv.es)1, Francisco Morant Anglada (fmorant@isa.upv.es)1

1Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: June 2017
Volume: 15,   Issue: 6 
ISSN: 1548-0992

In this paper we present a Hydro-Wind Kinetics Integrated Module for Renewable Energy Generation. HYWIKIM is a floating device combining wind and marine current generators for generating renewable energy. Its purpose is to exploit resources in an integrated manner using wind and current turbines in offshore plants thereby optimizing the financial investment. Our research focuses on the design and analysis of different types of augmentation channels to increase efficiency using shrouded Marine Current Turbines (MCTs) in conditions of low intensity flows.

Index Terms:
Floating Wind Generators, Current Turbines, Renewable Energy, Augmentation Channels, Simulation.   

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