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Baoji Zhang, Yuhang Sun

Article ID: 2018
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Abstract: In order to calculate the mooring force of a new semi-submerged Ocean Farm quickly and accurately, based on the unsteady time-domain potential flow theory and combined the catenary model, the control equation of mooring cable is established, and the mooring force of the platform under the wave spectrum is calculated. First of all, based on the actual situ...
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Soudeh Afsharian, Bahareh Afsharian, Maryam Shiea

Article ID: 1738
Views - 241  (Abstract) PDF - 53  (Download)
Abstract: Global warming emissions and carbon dioxide caused by human activities are overloading our atmosphere which cause web of significant and harmful impacts. There are little to no global warming emissions by renewable energy. To date, offshore wind farms generally have been installed in shallow ocean-coastal areas. The Great Lakes with freshwater have shown ...
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Zishen Chen, Jitao Yu

Article ID: 2425
Views - 135  (Abstract) PDF - 43  (Download)
Abstract: The comparison results of three beach profile data repeatedly measured before and after the typhoon in Shuidong Bay, west Guangdong province which show that there are significant differences in beach profile erosion and response process. And the changes of beach profile can be divided into: strong downward overall low shoreline regressive type and overall...
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Khin May Chit Maung, Thaung Htut, Ei Thal Phyu, Zaw Myo Hein, Nyo Nyo Tun

Article ID: 2437
Views - 173  (Abstract) PDF - 43  (Download)
Abstract: Diversity and abundance of copepods occurring in Taninthayi coastal waters were studied and analyzed from the samples collected by R/V DR. FRIDTJOF NANSEN during the Myanmar ecosystem survey 2018. Seventy-nine copepods species belonging to calanoids (51 species), cyclopoids (21 species), and harpacticoids (7 species) were identified in the copepods commun...
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Soudeh Afsharian, Bahareh Afsharian, Maryam Shiea

Article ID: 1761
Views - 174  (Abstract) PDF - 46  (Download)
Abstract: This paper discussed the historical review and current status of tidal current energy, problems, and challenges in this energy commercialization. Fossil fuels are nonreplicable and also have negative greenhouse effects on the environment, so the world needs new and sustainable energy resources such as the ocean, wind, solar, biofuels, etc. This review pap...
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