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Title: Evaluation on Wave Energy Assessment by Applying SWAN Model in Keelung Coastal Waters.
Authors: Yung-Lung Chen;Shiaw-Yih Tzang;Tai-Wen Hsu;Chen-Chou Lin;Chi-Chung Ho
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:機械與機電工程學系
Keywords: Marine energy test site;Wave energy;SWAN;CCMP wind field
Date: 2013-11
Issue Date: 2017-04-28T01:15:27Z
Publisher: Proceedings of the 35th Ocean Engineering Conference
Abstract: abstract:To provide wave power climate for marine energy test site in Keelung coastal waters, the
SWAN (Simulating WAve Nearshore) model is applied to obtain wave conditions for assessing the
wave energy resources. In present study, the ocean surface wind velocity by CCMP (Cross-Calibrated
Mutli-Platform) is adopted in SWAN simulation. Comparisons with field measurements of AWCP
station in Port of Keelung and of ADCP station offshore NTOU during the period form 1 Jul to 31
Dec of 2010, show that simulated significent wave heights agree well with measured values except in
periods of typhoons and strong northeastern monsoons. However, the simulated peak periods are
generally underestimated than the measurements. The same results also can be seen in simulated
wave energies. The resulting simulated wave energy agree with measurements better at NTOU test
site than at Keelung station.
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/42157
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