Browsing School of Water, Energy and Environment (SWEE) by Supervisor "Brennan, Feargal"

Browsing School of Water, Energy and Environment (SWEE) by Supervisor "Brennan, Feargal"

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  • Huang, Xiaojian (Cranfield University, 2016-12)
    Wake effects are important to wind turbine design and wind farm design, because they will affect the aerodynamic performance and structural loads of wind turbine operating in a wind farm. Wake effects were investigated ...
  • Lozano Minguez, Estivaliz (Cranfield University, 2015-07)
    Wind power, especially offshore, is considered to be one of the most promising sources of ‘clean’ energy towards meeting the EU targets for 2020 and 2050. However, its popularity has always fluctuated with the price of ...
  • Al-Turaihi, Ali Sabah (2017-05)
    Fatigue crack growth rate is an important factor for the life assessment of engineering components and structures. Various surface treatment techniques have previously been developed and employed in industrial applications ...
  • Pearce, Matthew William (Cranfield University, 2016-03)
    Liquid combustible fossil fuel empowers global society, yet is a non-renewable entity with time-constrained limits to supply. Advanced generation biofuel derived from microalgae could feasibly yield more than conventional ...
  • Adedipe, Oyewole (Cranfield University, 2015-08)
    Corrosion and fatigue have been dominant degradation mechanisms in offshore structures, with the combination of the two, known as corrosion fatigue, having amplified effects in structures in the harsh marine environments. ...
  • Adhynugraha, Muhammad Ilham (2017-06)
    An assessment of the longitudinal motion of a hybrid configuration called the aerodynamically alleviated marine vehicle (AAMV) with the presence of waves, is demonstrated in the thesis. The development of this type of ...
  • Madugu, Fatima Usman (Cranfield University, 2015-03)
    The economic viability for a microalgae production facility for the production of algal oil and bioproducts remains challenging and unanswered. Important aspects not investigated in assessment of the economic viability ...
  • Okonji, Stephen Chiedu (Cranfield University, 2015-12)
    The Subsea blowout preventer (BOP) which is latched to a subsea wellhead is one of several barriers in the well to prevent kicks and blowouts and it is the most important and critical equipment, as it becomes the last ...

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