波浪能岸堤發電系統

Translated title of the contribution: Wave Energy Bank Power Generation System

Ting-Chia Ou, Jei Li Hou, Yee Jun Quay, Shu-Er Chen, Yu Hsiang Hsieh, Szu-Tso Fang

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Abstract

Taiwan's geographical environment is surrounded by the sea, so it is actively looking for self-produced green energy to promote the proportion of renewable energy. Among them, ocean energy is a new energy source with great development potential. Many wave-dissipating blocks are arranged along the coast of Taiwan to resist the impact of waves on the embankment. Simply adjust the structure
of the existing wave-dissipating block, collect the energy when the waves hit the wave-dissipating block, convert it into kinetic energy to drive the generator to generate electricity, and form a wave energy embankment power generation system; at the same time, it beautifies the landscape of the coastline. The experimental results show that the longer the channel length and the smaller the angle, the higher the efficiency of wave energy collected. In the
future, the experimental results can be used as a reference for erecting wave energy embankments along the coast to generate electricity. This experiment uses Taiwan's unique geographical environment surrounded by the sea to collect wave energy along the coast to form a wave energy bank power generation system to promote the sustainable development of wave power generation.
Translated title of the contributionWave Energy Bank Power Generation System
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Title of host publication第四十四屆中華民國電力工程研討會暨第二十屆台灣電力電子研討會
Place of Publication臺北市
Publication statusPublished - 2023 Dec 1

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