Wind, Waves and Tides: Alternative Energy Systems

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  • 7 Sequences
  • Introductive Level

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Syllabus

MODULE 1 - WIND ENERGY

• Part A  Wind sources and influences (week 1)
• Part B  Fundamentals of wind energy technology (week 2)
• Part C  Predicting wind turbine output (week 3)
• Part D  Economic and environmental issues (week 4)
• Part E  Case studies (week 4)

MODULE 2 – WAVE ENERGY

• Part A  Wave energy fundamentals (week 5)
• Part B  Wave energy converters (week 6)

MODULE 3 – TIDAL ENERGY (week 7)



Prerequisite

None.

Instructors

  • James Wallace - Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

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