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Resource Assessment of Tidal Current Energy Using API in Korea
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 Title & Authors
Resource Assessment of Tidal Current Energy Using API in Korea
Jo, Chul-Hee; Lee, Kang-Hee; Cho, Bong-Kun; Hwang, Su-Jin;
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 Abstract
The west and south coastal regions of Korea are known to be of strong tidal current speed. With the increasing demand for renewable energies, the resource assessment has been a crucial issue which should be conducted before any detail planning and development of the potential sites for tidal current farm. Although there are several results of resource assessment of tidal current energy in Korea, the resource assessment method is not officially announced. This undefined methodology makes the results unreliable and useless. Recently new renewable energy potential definition has been announced by KIER (Korea Institute of Energy Research). This categorizes energy potential as four steps; theoretical, geographical, technical and market potentials. This paper describes the resource assessment of tidal current power in Korea based on API (Averaged Power Intercepted). The results show that the Incheon-Gyeonggi and Jeollanam-do are very promising areas for tidal current power in Korea.
 Keywords
Tidal current energy potential;API(Averaged power intercepted);PD(Power density);Resource assessment;
 Language
Korean
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