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Study on Hydrodynamic Characteristics of the Raft-type Wave-Powered Desalination Device (Springer Theses)

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This thesis proposes a new raft-type wave-powered desalination device that can convert wave power into hydraulic energy and use reverse osmosis (RO) to directly desalinate seawater. Both analytical and numerical methods are used to study the hydrodynamic characteristics of the device. Further, the thesis investigates the maximum power extraction and multiple parameter effects on power absorption and averaged permeate water flux. Lastly, it proposes and assesses two power extraction enhancing strategies. The thesis offers a valuable and important reference guide to ocean-wave-and-structure interaction and wave-powered seawater desalination for scientists and engineers alike.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9789811055164
ISBN-10: 9811055165
Pagini: 183
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.46 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2018
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Springer Theses

Locul publicării: Singapore, Singapore

Cuprins

Abstract.- Acknowledgments.- List of abbreviations.- About the Author.- Introduction.- Analytical Study on Hydrodynamic Characteristics.- Numerical Study on Hydrodynamic Characteristics.- Maximum Power Absorption by Two Interconnected rafts.- Maximum Power Absorption by Multiple Connected Rafts.- Hydrodynamics of Raft-type Device with Oscillator System.- Hydrodynamics of Raft-type Device with Water Tanks.- Hydrodynamics of a Wave Powered Reverse Osmosis System.- Conclusions and Future Work.- Appendix A.- Appendix B.

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This thesis proposes a new raft-type wave-powered desalination device that can convert wave power into hydraulic energy and use reverse osmosis (RO) to directly desalinate seawater. Both analytical and numerical methods are used to study the hydrodynamic characteristics of the device. Further, the thesis investigates the maximum power extraction and multiple parameter effects on power absorption and averaged permeate water flux. Lastly, it proposes and assesses two power extraction enhancing strategies. The thesis offers a valuable and important reference guide to ocean-wave-and-structure interaction and wave-powered seawater desalination for scientists and engineers alike.

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Nominated by Tsinghua University as an outstanding thesis in the field
Proposes a raft-type wave-powered desalination device that can desalinate seawater directly
Conducts multiple-parameter analysis on power absorption and averaged permeate water flux using both analytical and numerical models
Develops mathematical models to evaluate the maximum mean power that could be captured by the raft-type device under motion constraints
Presents two power extraction enhancing strategies utilizing a spring-damping mass oscillator system and water tanks