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Discover open research at Strathprints as part of International Open Access Week!

23-29 October 2017 is International Open Access Week. The Strathprints institutional repository is a digital archive of Open Access research outputs, all produced by University of Strathclyde researchers.

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Nevalainen, T.M. and Johnstone, C.M. and Grant, A.D. (2016) A sensitivity analysis on tidal stream turbine loads caused by operational, geometric design and inflow parameters. International Journal of Marine Energy, 16. pp. 51-64. ISSN 2214-1669

Gebreslassie, Mulualem G. and Sanchez, Stephanie O. and Tabor, Gavin R. and Belmont, Michael R. and Bruce, Tom and Payne, Gregory and Moon, Ian (2016) Experimental and CFD analysis of the wake characteristics of tidal turbines. International Journal of Marine Energy, 16. pp. 209-219. ISSN 2214-1669

Dalton, Gordon and Allan, Grant and Beaumont, Nicola and Georgakaki, Aliki and Hacking, Nick and Hooper, Tara and Kerr, Sandy and O'Hagan, Anne Marie and Reilly, Kieran and Ricci, Pierpaolo and Sheng, Wenan and Stallard, Tim (2016) Integrated methodologies of economics and socio-economics assessments in ocean renewable energy : private and public perspectives. International Journal of Marine Energy. ISSN 2214-1669

Gaurier, B. and Germain, G. and Facq, J.V. and Johnstone, C.M. and Grant, A.D. and Day, A.H. and Nixon, E. and de Felice, F. and Constanzo, M. (2015) Tidal energy "Round Robin" tests - comparisons between towing tank and circulating tank results. International Journal of Marine Energy. ISSN 2214-1669

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