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DS/IEC TS 62600-301

Marine energy – Wave, tidal and other water current converters – Part 301: River energy resource assessment

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Organization: DS
Publication Date: 17 September 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 50
ICS Code (Hydraulic energy engineering): 27.140
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IEC TS 62600-301:2019 provides: · Methodologies that ensure consistency and accuracy in the determination of the theoretical river energy resource at sites that may be suitable for the installation of River Energy Converters (RECs); · Methodologies for producing a standard current speed distribution based on measured, historical, or numerical data, or a combination thereof, to be used in conjunction with an appropriate river energy power performance assessment; · Allowable data collection methods and/or modelling techniques; and · A framework for reporting results. The document explicitly excludes: · Technical or practical resource assessments; · Resource characterisation; · Power performance assessment of river energy converters; and · Environmental impact studies, assessments, or similar.

Document History

DS/IEC TS 62600-301
September 17, 2019
Marine energy – Wave, tidal and other water current converters – Part 301: River energy resource assessment
IEC TS 62600-301:2019 provides: · Methodologies that ensure consistency and accuracy in the determination of the theoretical river energy resource at sites that may be suitable for the installation...
Marine energy – Wave, tidal and other water current converters – Part 301: River energy resource assessment
This Technical Specification provides: ● Methodologies that ensure consistency and accuracy in the determination of the theoretical river energy resource at sites that may be suitable for the...
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