Table nbsp Performance results for technologies studied in Ref TechnologyOperational

Summary table of Tanaproget performance of wave energy converters (continued).CategoryTechnologyĪ·1 (%)Resource (kW/m)Characteristic dimension(m)Ref.MethodsSourceHeaving devicesPoint absorber1416125Width[9]Model testsIndependentDWP system201610Diameter[9]Model testsIndependentAquaEnergy/AquaBuOY20126Diameter[10]N/ADeveloper172114262115INRI/SEADOG24125.7Diameter[10]N/ADeveloper162116262115Wavebob401215Diameter[10]N/ADeveloper512146264515Small bottom-referenced heaving buoy4153Diameter[11]Numerical modellingIndependent422427337Floating two-body heaving converter271520Diameter[11]Numerical modellingIndependent292236272737Bottom-fixed heave-buoy array14135Diameter[11]Numerical modellingIndependent161917221234Floating heave-buoy array11158Diameter[11]Numerical modellingIndependent11221127637Two-body heaving device253115Diameter[45]Numerical modellingIndependentHydrocap/SEACAP42510Diameter[22]Numerical modellingIndependent311615616.5920Inspired by OPT LifeSaver194010Diameter[23]Numerical modellingIndependent12.52712.5Diameter[25]PrototypeDeveloperInspired by Wavestar10N/A4Diameter[26]Numerical modellingIndependent1515Lifesaver122612.5Characteristic diameter[25]PrototypeDeveloperRM3163420Diameter[27]Numerical modellingIndependentVariant of tumor suppressor genes heaving devicesBolgepumpen6165Diameter[9]Model testsIndependentTyngdeflyderen121630Characteristics diameter[9]Model testsIndependentPelamis211215Characteristic diameter[9]N/ADeveloper152114261815AWS138129.5Diameter[10]N/ADeveloper205211422614515Bottom-referenced submerged heave-buoy9137Diameter[11]Numerical modellingIndependent13191322834DEXA82622Characteristic diameter[24]Model testsIndependentFull-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV