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  •     T.R.  EGE UNIVERSITY    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING  DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING          WAVE ENERGY                    Course:  KME 429     Potential Sources of Energy      Submitted to:  Prof. Dr. Ferhan ATALAY  Prepared by  Ercüment SÖNMEZ  05‐01‐4340    Bornova, İZMİR  2006 
  •     S U M M A R Y      This  report  prepared  as  a  partial  fulfillment  of  the  requirement  of  KME  429  Potential Sources of Energy Course.      In this report, you will find information about definition of wave and introduction  to  wave  power  and  also  LIMPET  Wave  Energy  Technology  as  known  the  most  popular  wave energy technology and others technologies.         
  •     TABLE OF CONTENTS    SUMMARY  I  1.0‐ Wave  1  2.0‐ Wave Energy  2    2.1‐ Where are the best waves?  2      2.2‐ some devices for ocean energy conversion  3    2.3‐ Why Wave Energy?  4  3.0‐ Wave Energy Technologies  5    3.1‐ LIMPET Wave Energy Technology  5      3.1.1‐ Historical Review  6      3.1.2‐ Design Considerations  7      3.1.2.1‐ Choice of Location  7    3.1.2.2‐ Form of Device and Selection of Equipment    8    3.1.2.3‐ Turbo‐Generation Equipment        17    3.2‐ the Pelamis Wave Energy Converter  25      3.2.1‐ Key Concepts about Pelamis         26     3.3‐ AquaBuoY Technology              28    3.4‐ SSG (Seawave Slot Cone Generator) Technology      31  REFERENCES                    34