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Title: 建置國家級臺灣海洋能測試場可行性分析
Feasibility Study on the Establish of the National Taiwan Marine Energy Test Site (TAMETS)
Authors: 臧效義;陳義雄;陳建宏;臧效義
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Harbor and River Engineering
國立臺灣海洋大學:河海工程學系
Date: 2012-01
Issue Date: 2013-10-07T02:25:45Z
Publisher: 行政院國家科學委員會
Abstract: 摘要:為建置一個臺灣的國家級海洋能源測試場,協助臺灣發展自有的海洋 能技術,並且能提供國際等級認證服務給亞太區的海洋國家,本計畫擬先 以十個月時間執行完成設置一座流能與兩座波浪能的測試平台及相關附屬 設施之可行性分析工作,工作內容將包括七個分項工作:1.國際級規範標準 訂定;2.海氣象水文環境監測站可行性評估;3.環境生態調查;4.場址可行 性評估;5.效益評估;6.測試平台可行性評估與7.電力/訊號纜線可行性評估。
abstract:To establish a national Taiwan ocean energy test site is quite critical on development of self-owned technology. It is also important on providing with international certificating services to Asia-Pacific countries. It is proposed to carry out the feasibility study on establishing one current test station and two wave test stations and their associated auxiliary facilities in 10 months. For present proposal, there shall be 7 tasks including setting-up of international design guidelines, evaluation of oceanographic & meteorological data monitoring station, investigation of environmental and ecological conditions, evaluation of test sites, efficiency evaluation, evaluation of test stations and evaluation of power/signal cables.
Relation: NSC101-3113-P019-002
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/34320
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