This deliverable will outline the models and design frameworks, which will be developed to assess the LIFTWEC concepts and is primarily linked to Task 7.4. The installation strategy design framework developed to review the concept designs and identify viable installation strategies will be fully described. Similarly, full details will be provided on the decommissioning strategy design framework. For O&M, the reliability assessment methodology will be described, including a summary of the various reliability assessment approaches that were assessed. The reliability assessment methodology adopted will be fully detailed and will include reasons its selection. This deliverable will outline how existing UCC in-house models were modified to model the lifetime operations of the LiftWEC concept. These models comprise of three separate modules that simulate installation, O&M and decommissioning activities. This deliverable will contain a full description of these models. Including their functionality, development history the model validation & verification processes undertaken during their development.
This is part of Task 2.3. This will consist of a report that reviews the current lift-based WEC concepts and describe the configuration specifications that will be used in the preliminary numerical and physical models, as well as for the design development. The specification will be provided in sufficient detail to ensure that the configurations are unambiguously defined.
This deliverable is linked to Task 7.1 and will contain a set of key design considerations for the LIFTWEC concept, which will feed into the concept development and evaluation work package. This will ensure that the major operational factors, which are likely to, adversely affect the viability of the concept can be considered early in the design process and be accounted for in preliminary device configurations. It will contain a review of all operational phases of a marine renewable energy technology lifecycle and detail the results of an examination of other related sectors (offshore wind, Oil &Gas, Aquaculture). Transferable knowledge and methodologies from these other sectors, which have been demonstrated to be safe, efficient and cost effective, will be described.
This is part of Task 2.5. This report will describe the desired functionality of the software tools that will be used to support the concept development. The required functionality will include calculation of the Evaluation Criteria defined in D2.2 and allow the design to be referenced using the configuration specifications defined in D2.3
This is part of Task 10.2. A report that describes the plans for data management. This will be based on the H2020 template: Data management plan v1.0 – 13.10.2016. It will include references to all of the data that is expected to be generated in the project together with plans for how it will be stored and made available to users.
This deliverable is part of Task 9.1. A report will be delivered with the identification of stressors and receptors considering the technology characteristics and the natural sensitivity of potential deployment sites.
This deliverable is associated with Task 5.1 and involves specification of the parametric form, and outline parameters, for the performance function. This will be provided in the form of a report
This is part of Task 2.1. This report will provide the details of the design knowledge that supports the identification of the preliminary baseline configurations. The source of all design knowledge will be included together with a review of each piece of knowledge with reference to the LiftWEC design.
This is part of Task 8.1. The cost database will be compiled in the form of a report. The cost database will be a critical component of the parametric cost model and the LCoE calculation tool. A successful delivery of a cost database will ensure reliable estimates of the device LCoE
This is part of Task 2.2. This report will describe the evaluation criteria that will be used to guide the selection of the baseline configurations and assess their performance and provide clear guidelines for their use by an external party. This report will also include details of the knowledge gathering workshop
This is part of Task 10.1. The project website and social media accounts will be created using standard tools to minimise the required investment in development. The website will contain details of the project, links to public project deliverables and a feedback page
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