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Title: Ocean energy: exergy analysis and conversion
Authors: Miguel, Antonio F.
Aydin, Murat
Editors: Silva, AM
Reis, AH
Bortoli, D
Carneiro, J
Costa, MJ
Bezzeghoud, M
Salgado, R
Keywords: ocean energy
exergy assessment
Issue Date: Jul-2011
Publisher: CGE/UE
Citation: A. F. Miguel, M. Aydin (2011) Ocean energy: exergy analysis and conversion. Proceedings of the Global Conference on Global Warming 2011, 11-14 July, 2011, Lisbon, Portugal (editors: A. M. Silva, A. H. Reis, D. Bortoli, J. Carneiro, M. J. Costa, M. Bezzeghoud, R. Salgado) 7 pag
Abstract: Ocean stores energy in the form of currents, waves, tides, heat and salinity that can help to alleviate worldwide demand for power and the global climate change threat. Exergy analysis can be applied to evaluate the work potential (extractable) that a resource contains. This paper focuses on the exergy content that can be extracted from ocean reservoirs and provides a review of existing the technology installed for harvesting ocean energy.
ISBN: 978-989-95091-3-9
Type: article
Appears in Collections:CGE - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings

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