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by Michael E. McCormick,Young C. Kim
Author: Michael E. McCormick,Young C. Kim
Publisher: Amer Society of Civil Engineers (October 1, 1987)
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Utilization of Ocean Waves : Wave to Energy Conversion - Proceedings of the International Symposium.
Michael E. McCormick is Corbin A. McNeill Professor Emeirtus of the Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering at the U. S. Naval Academy. He began his career in 1958 as a hydrodynamicist at the U. Navy's David Taylor Model Basin. His early work there was in the area of hydroelasticity, working with Dr. David A. Jewell.
Sensible comparison of various wave energy conversion technologies show how to assess WEC methods. This book, albeit somewhat outdated, provides an excellent overview on Ocean Wave Energy conversion. The mathematics is quite easy to follow
Sensible comparison of various wave energy conversion technologies show how to assess WEC methods. As a prelude to McCormick's later, more advanced books, this is certainly one that should involve the reader in this fascinating technology. One person found this helpful. The mathematics is quite easy to follow. The patent overview in the appendix is very instructive. Highly recommended as an introductory book on wave energy conversion.
Ocean Wave Energy Conversion. This volume will prove of vital interest to those studying the use of renewable resources. Many worked examples throughout the book will be particularly useful to readers with a limited mathematical background. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Ocean Wave Energy Conversion - Michael E. The purpose of this book is to present the basic concepts of ocean wave energy conversion and supporting materials in a way that can be useful to scientists, engineers, and inventors. Corbin A. McNeill Professor of Naval Engineering . Naval Academy Annapolis, Maryland. Although new patents are granted each month on wave energy conversion ideas throughout the world, there are only nine or so basic wave energy conversion techniques. These techniques are fully described, and their uses and performances are illustrated.
Ocean wave energy conversion projects in Japan . Most floating oscillating-body wave energy converters that have been proposed and developed so far are two-body systems where the power is extracted from the relative translational motion between the two bodies. As any floating device, floating point absorbers are subject to drift forces due to waves, currents and wind, and therefore need to be kept in place by a proper mooring system. mooring cables can be approximately modelled as catenary lines in a quasi-static analysis.
He is the author of Ocean Engineering Wave Mechanics and Ocean Wave Energy Conversion. Professor McCormick received a P. in mechanical engineering from the Catholic University of America and a P. in civil engineering and a S. in engineering science from Trinity College, Dublin.
Ocean Wave Energy Conversion, Michael E. By: McCormick, Michael E, 1936-. Material type: BookPublisher: Mineola, . Dover Publications, 2007Description: xxii, 233 p. : ill. ; 24 c. SBN: 0486462455 (pb. ; 9780486462455 (pb. Subject(s): Ocean wave power Ocean energy resources September2012DDC classification: 62. 12134. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.