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  • Co-located wave and offshore wind farms: A preliminary approach to the shadow effect 

    Perez Collazo, C; Astariz, S; Abanades, J; Greaves, D; iglesias, G (Halifax, CanadaHalifax, CanadaHalifax, CanadaHalifax, CanadaHalifax, CanadaHalifax, CanadaHalifax, Canada, 2014-11-06)
    In recent years, with the consolidation of offshore wind technology and the progress carried out for wave energy technology, the option of combine both technologies has arisen. This combination rest mainly in two main ...
  • CO-LOCATED WAVE AND OFFSHORE WIND FARMS: A PRELIMINARY CASE STUDY OF AN HYBRID ARRAY 

    Perez Collazo, C; Astariz, S; Abanades, J; Greaves, D; Iglesias, G (Seoul, South KoreaSeoul, South KoreaSeoul, South KoreaSeoul, South KoreaSeoul, South KoreaSeoul, South KoreaSeoul, South Korea, 2014-10-26)
    In recent years, with the consolidation of offshore wind technology and the progress carried out for wave energy technology, the option of co-locate both technologies at the same marine area has arisen. Co-located projects ...
  • Coastal defence through wave farms 

    Abanades, J; Greaves, D; Iglesias, G (2014)
    The possibility of using wave farms for coastal defence warrants investigation because wave energy is poised to become a major renewable in many countries over the next decades. The fundamental question in this regard is ...
  • Coastal defence using wave farms: The role of farm-to-coast distance 

    Abanades, J; Greaves, D; Iglesias, G (2015)
    The location of a wave farm and, in particular, its distance to the coast is one of the key aspects in a wave energy project. The effects of the farm on the coast, which can be instrumental in mitigating storm-induced ...
  • Hybrid Wave and Offshore Wind Farms: a Comparative Case Study of Co-located Layouts 

    Astariz, S; Perez Collazo, C; Abanades, J; Iglesias, G (Nantes, FranceNantes, FranceNantes, FranceNantes, FranceNantes, FranceNantes, FranceNantes, FranceNantes, France, 2016-09-01)
    Marine energy is one of the most promising alternatives to fossil fuels due to the enormous energy resource available. However, it is often considered uneconomical and difficult. Co-located offshore wind turbines and wave ...
  • Wave farm impact on beach modal state 

    Abanades, J; Greaves, D; Iglesias, G (2015-03-01)
    © 2015 Elsevier B.V. The extraction of wave energy by the Wave Energy Converters (WECs) forming a wave farm results in a milder wave climate in its lee, which can have an impact on coastal processes. The objective of this ...
  • Wave farm impact on the beach profile: A case study 

    Abanades, J; Greaves, D; Iglesias, G (2014)
    If wave energy is to become a fully-fledged renewable, its environmental impacts must be fully understood. The objective of the present work is to examine the impact of a wave farm on the beach profile through a case ...

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