Marine Renewable Energy. PROTTEC Collaboration Retreat Marine Renewable Energy PROJECT PROPOSALS Develop/Benchmark instrument test regime Jim Grant 19/04/11. Project Brief Activities Outcomes to date Conclusions. IDEA
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PROTTEC Collaboration Retreat
Marine Renewable Energy
Develop/Benchmark instrument test regime
Outcomes to date
Christophe Maisondieu, Ifremer,
George Smith, University of Exeter
Jean-Baptiste Saulnier, University of Exeter
Jim Grant University of Exeter
JingJing Xu University of Plymouth
Juliette Jackson University of Plymouth
Sanjay Sharma University of Plymouth
Pascal Tarits Université de Bretagne Occidentale
Two cross-border meetings between UoE and IFREMER
Mtg 15-17 Dec in Tremough Christophe Maisondieu and Miles Davis visited J-B Saulnier, George Smith, Helen Smith, Lars Johanning et al.
Discussion on (i) further joint comparison of sea state analysis carried out near WH and Brittany. (ii) possible further collaboration re moorings. Focus on users of instruments helping them to be more effective in data production and analysis. Work on new measurement techniques using devices such as 5 beam ADCPs, or developing methodologies taking wave data analysis and then feeding that into wave current interaction models
Mtg 16-18 March in Brest. J-B Saulnier with Christophe Maisondieu and Marc Prevosto.
Sea State Directional Analysis Near the Wave Hub Facility
(Elsevier: Applied Ocean Research)
Authors: Saulnier, Maisondieu, Ashton, Smith G
Engage other partners identified
Looking to collaborate with other institutes eg PREVIMER (inst of Metocean data) and SHOM Hydrographic Inst)
Potential European Strategic Framework research project. Some ongoing development s possible through MERIFIC (another INTERREG project) and links to FP7 EU MARINET project
Significant progress to date on instrumentation techniques
Clear focus on researcher users
Not addressed gaps in technologies or the development of technologies
Established an enduring link.