State of Understanding: Risk of Blade Strike from Current Energy Converters

Presentation

Title: State of Understanding: Risk of Blade Strike from Current Energy Converters
Publication Date:
May 05, 2015
Conference Name: DOE Marine and Hydrokinetic Workshop for State and Federal Regulators
Conference Location: Washington DC, USA
Pages: 26
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Brown-Saracino, J. (2015). State of Understanding: Risk of Blade Strike from Current Energy Converters [Presentation]. Presented at the DOE Marine and Hydrokinetic Workshop for State and Federal Regulators, Washington DC, USA.
Abstract: 

Purpose: to present the current state of understanding of risks and issues associated with direct and indirect physical interactions among MHK devices and systems, moorings, electrical interconnections, and marine species. This session looked at the probability, consequences, and effects of strike events as well as survival rates and avoidance behavior in fish and mammal populations.

 

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