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Hydrolink 2021-3 Offshore Renewable Energy

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  • ISSN Print: 1388-3445
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  • Publisher: International Association for Hydro-environment Engineering and Research (IAHR)
  • Editor(s): Angelos Findikakis
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This issue of Hydrolink includes a summary of the key points of the recent report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), whose conclusions make clear the urgency to expand the use of all forms of renewable energy, including offshore energy production, the theme of this issue. Four articles discuss different aspects of the design, operation, and use of offshore renewable energy structures. In addition, readers will find in this issue an article on the use of machine learning for early-stage piping design. This issue has been coordinated by Guilherme Moura Paredes.

ID Title Authors Year
20482 Full Issue_Hydrolink_2021_3_Offshore_Renewable_Energy
Angelos N. Findikakis, Guilherme Moura Paredes, Roberto Ranzi, et al
20483 Editorial
Angelos N. Findikakis; Guilherme Moura Paredes
20484 Table of contents
Editorial Board
20485 Notes on the August 2021 IPCC Summary for Policymakers
Roberto Ranzi
20486 ATLANTIS: A pionner pilot infrastructure shaping the future of robotized O and Min offshore wind
Serena Langiano; Christian Verrecchia; Miguel Marques; Joao Formiga
20487 An innovative multi-purpose offshore platform concept for the blue economy proposed by the Blue Growth Farm Project
Yan Gao; Maurizio Collu; Fabrizio Lagasco; Giulio Brizzi; Felice Arena; Carlo Ruzzo; Anita Santoro
20488 Exploring broader benefits of tidal range schemes
Reza Ahmadian; Nicolas Hanousek
20489 A novel concept for a floating solar photovoltaic power plant in an offshore environment
Naman Baderiya; Luciana das Neves; Zafar Samadov; Damián Villaverde Vega; Ralf Bucher
20490 Machine learning for early stage piping design
Ilker Telci
20491 Rose Katherine Morton
Biography extracted from the book Hydraulicians in the USA 1800-2000 by Willi H. Hager

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