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Dynamics of the REsources and technological Advance in harvesting Marine renewable energy

pn-iii-p4-id-pce-2020-0008

exploratory research project

Financing contract for project execution no. PCE 169 / 2021.

Funding amount: 1.038.490,00 lei. Implementation period: 4 January 2021 - 31 December 2023 (36 months).

Project executive summary

Starting from the high dynamics of the offhsore wind industry noticed in the last years, the first objective is to evaluate the expected wind parameters until the end of the 21st century conidering different RCP scenarios. Various European coastal environments are targeted, including also the Black Sea. The results provided by regional atmospheric models (made available by the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute) will be processed and analysed and on this basis, the expected performances of the most recent technologies will be assessed From this perspective, the project results will allow designing recommendations to the manufacturers for improving the technologies and adapt them better tot he expected wind conditions for the locations targeted. Another issue is represented by the sinergy of the wind with wave and solar energy. At this point, the advantages of collocation against the implementation of hybrid technologies will be analysed. Another important objective is represented by a more comprehensive assessment of the near and far-field effects of marine farms. An original computational platform, combining high-resolution solvers for the microscale, with wave and nearshore circulation models for macroscale, will be implemented and used. Finally, studies of various farm configurations and evaluations concerning the medium and long term impact of the marine energy farms on the shoreline dynamics will be performed.

Project Objectives

The general objective of the proposed project is to enhance the efficiency of harvesting marine renewable energy in the European nearshore through hybris technologies adapted to the changes of the environmental matrix expected in the context of the climate change. The objective is in the line with strategic energy technology (SET) plan of the European Union for a competitive low-carbon energy integrate roadmap. Thus, development of advanced ocean energy systems joining various technologies and resources to be harvested, as well as a better understanding of their interaction with the resources in the context of the expected dynamics of the environmental matrix due to the climate changes, represent aspects of high interes. New system designs and methodologies integrating also cross-cutting issues are needed to enhance reliability and induce a step change in the sector. From this perspective, any coherent research focused on such issues should be strongly encouraged. Following this general objective, ground-breaking research and innovation actions are needed and some of them are targeted by the present project. Specific objectives have also defined as follows:

    1. Evaluation of the future expected wind power along the European coasts considering three Representative Concentration Pathway scenarios (RCP) 2.6, 4.5, and 8.5 until 2100.
    2. Design the future expected wind conditions for the target areas considered corresponding to two different time intervals NF (near future, the interval 2021-2026) and DF (distant future, the interval 2061-2100). Three large European geographical areas are mainly targeted by the present project and they are illustrated in Figure 1. The first target area, denoted as (TA1) is represented by the North and Baltic Seas. The first offshore wind farm (Vindeby) was installed in 1991 in the Baltic Sea by Denmark. The second, (TA2) includes Ireland and the western sides of the French and Iberian coastal environments. Due to the high waves that are characteristic, these areas can be considered as having the highest potential in Europe in relationship with the joint marine energy resources. Finally the third target area (TA3) is the Black Sea, focused on its western side.
    3. Evaluation of the historical wave and solar energy conditions corresponding to the three target areas. This will include hindcast models, but also in situ and remotely sensed measurements.
    4. Evaluation of the existent wind technologies in the three coastal environments targeted considering the conditions expected in NF and DF time intervals under RCPs 2.6, 4.5 and 8.5. This will be focuse on two important issues, wind turbines and floating platform designs.
    5. Combined hydr-structural analyses of the wind technologies and formulation of recommendations for the wind turbines and floating platforms in order to adapt better to the expected configurations of the environmental matrices in the coastal environments targeted.
    6. Evaluation of the latest technologies for wave and offshore solar energy conversion and of the possibility to collocate wave or/and solar energy parks in places where wind farms already operate. Analise the possibility for implementation of hybrid technologies in the nearshore areas targeted.
    7. Development of a coupled modelling system (CSIAM - Computational System for Impact Assessment of the Marine energy farms) going from micro to macroscale modelling in order to account for intra and inter arrays interactions and far field effects of the marine energy farms.
    8. Designing of various energy farm configurations and study of the intra and inter arrays interactions (near field effects) using CSIAM computational environment.
    9. Studies using CSIAM of the far field effects for various energy farm configurations.
    10. Assessment of the feasibility of implementing marine energy farms in the Black Sea.

Figure 1:The structure proposed for the DREAM project indicating the target areas, the Work Packages and the main tasks and objective associated to them

Expected Results

The results provided by regional atmospheric models (made available by the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute) will be processe and analysed, and on this basis, the expected performances of the most recent wind technologies will be assessed. From this perspective, the project results will allow designing recommendations to the manufacturers for improving the technologies and adapt them better to the expected wind conditions for the locations targeted. Another issue is represented by the valorisation of the synergy between the wind with wave and solar energy. An original computattional platform, containing high-resolution solvers for the microscale, with wave and nearshore circulation models for the macroscale, will be implemented and used. Finally, studies of various farm configuration and evaluations concerning the medium and long term impact of the marine energy farms on the shoreline dynamics will be performed.

Workshop with international participation - ADVANCES AND CHALLENGES OF THE DREAM PROJECT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EUROPE GREEN DEAL

    project team:

  • project manager
  • members
    • 2. Kostas Belibassakis - university professor cv
    • 3. liliana rusu - university professor cv
    • 4. florin popescu - university professor cv
    • 5. sorin ciortan - associate professor cv
    • 6. florin onea - associate professor cv
    • 7. Razvan Mahu - PhD engineer cv
    • 8. Diaconita Alexandra-Ionelia – PhD student cv -->

YEAR 2021

      A. Works published in international journals
    1. A.S. Ribeiro, M. deCastro, X. Costoya, Liliana Rusu, J.M. Dias, M. Gomez-Gesteira, 2021, A Delphi method to classify wave energy resource for the 21st century: Application to the NW Iberian Peninsula, Energy 235 (2021) 121396, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2021.121396; (Q1, IF=7.147);
    2. Girleanu, A., Onea, F., Rusu, E., 2021, The efficiency and coastal protection provided by a floating wind farm operating in the Romanian nearshore, Energy Reports, 7, 13-18, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352484721003383; (Q1, IF=6.87);
    3. Burloiu, M., Rusu, E., 2021, Towards controlling the elements: five wind turbines for a Romanian coastal Black Sea location, Energy Reports, 7, 160-165, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352484721003929; (Q1, IF=6.87);
    4. Diaconita, A., Andrei, G., Rusu, L., 2021, New insights into the wind energy potential of the west Black Sea area based on the North Sea wind farms model, Energy Reports, 7, 112-118, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352484721003826; (Q1, IF=6.87);
    5. Stavarache, G., Ciortan, S., Rusu, E., 2021, A Long-Term Evaluation of Wind Energy Resources in Republic of Moldova, Energy Reports, 7, 171-175, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352484721003954; (Q1, IF=6.87);
    6. Turcanu, A., Gasparotti, C., Rusu, E., 2021, Green fuels- a new challenge for marine industry, Energy Reports, 7, 127-132, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S235248472100384X; (Q1, IF=6.87);
    7. Călin, C., Ion, I.,Rusu, E., Fratila, M., 2021, Performance analysis of a RDF gasification and solar thermal energy based CCHP system, Energy Reports, 7, 186-192, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352484721003991; (Q1, IF=6.87);
    8. Islam, T., Fayek, H., Rusu, E., and Rahman, F.,2021, A Novel Hexagonal Shaped Multilevel Inverter with Bridged Switches for Grid Integrated Photovoltaic System, Sustainability, 13(21), 12018, https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/13/21/12018; (Q2, IF=3.251);
    9. Minzu, V., Riahi, S., Rusu, E., 2021, Optimal Control of an Ultraviolet Water Disinfection System, Appl. Sci. 2021, 11 (6), 2638, https://doi.org/10.3390/app11062638; (Q2, IF=2.679);
    10. Islam, T., Fayek, H., Rusu, E., and Rahman, F., 2021, Triac Based Novel Single Phase Step-Down Cycloconverter with Reduced THDs for Variable Speed Applications, Appl. Sci. 2021, 11(18), 8688, https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/11/18/8688; (Q2, IF=2.679);
    11. Onea, F., Rusu, E., Rusu L, 2021, Assessment of the Offshore Wind Energy Potential in the Romanian Exclusive Economic Zone, J. Mar. Sci. Eng. 2021, 9(5), 531, https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse9050531; (Q2, IF=2.458);
    12. Onea, F., Rusu, L., Carp, B., Rusu E, 2021, Wave Farms Impact on the Coastal Processes – A Case Study Area in the Portuguese Nearshore, J. Mar. Sci. Eng. 2021, 9(3), 262, https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse9030262; (Q2, IF=2.458);
    13. Bekhit, A., Popescu, F.,2021, URANSE-Based Numerical Prediction for the Free Roll Decay of the DTMB Ship Model, J. Mar. Sci. Eng. 2021, 9(5), 452, https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse9050452; (Q2, IF=2.458);
    14. Ion V. I., Popescu, F., Mahu, R., and Rusu, E., 2021, A Numerical Model of Biomass Combustion Physical and Chemical Processes, Energies, 2021, 14(7), 1978, https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/14/7/1978; (IF=3.004);
    15. Magkouris, A., Belibassakis, K and Rusu, E., 2021, Hydrodynamic Analysis of Twin‐Hull Structures Supporting Floating PV Systems in Offshore and Coastal Regions, Energies, 2021, 14(18), 5979, https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/14/18/5979; (IF=3.004);
    16. Ravichandran, N., Fayek, H., Rusu E, 2021, Emerging Floating Photovoltaic System—Case Studies High Dam and Aswan Reservoir in Egypt, Processes 2021, 9(6), 1005, https://doi.org/10.3390/pr9061005; (IF=2.847);
    17. Girleanu, A., Onea, F., Rusu, E., 2021, Assessment of the Wind Energy Potential along the Romanian Coastal Zone, Inventions 2021, 6(2), 41, https://doi.org/10.3390/inventions6020041; (WoS);
    18. Diaconita,A., Rusu, L., Andrei, G., 2021, Multi-criteria analysis of the mass tourism management model related to the impact on the local community in Constanta city (Romania), Inventions 2021, 6(3), 44, https://www.mdpi.com/2411-5134/6/3/44; (WoS);
    19. Anton, C., Micu, E., Rusu, E., 2021, A perspective on the wind dynamics near the Romanian Black Sea coasts based on the forecast climate scenario, Inventions 2021, 6(3), 46, https://www.mdpi.com/2411-5134/6/3/46; (WoS);
    20. Riahi, S., Minzu, V., Rusu, E., 2021, Implementation aspects regarding Closed-loop Control Systems using Metaheuristic Algorithms, Inventions 2021, 6(3), 46, https://www.mdpi.com/2411-5134/6/3/53; (WoS);
    21. Mihai, V., Rusu, L., 2021, An Overview of the Ship Ventilation Systems and Measures to Avoid the Spread of Diseases, Inventions 2021, 6(3), 55, https://www.mdpi.com/2411-5134/6/3/55; (WoS);
    22. Girleanu A., Rusu E., 2021, An Evaluation of the Main Physical Features and Circulation Patterns in the Black Sea Basin, Journal of Marine Science, Volume 03, Issue 01, January 2021, https://ojs.bilpublishing.com/index.php/jms/article/view/2552;
    23. B. Works published in Romanian national journals
    24. Rusu E, 2021, Wind climate scenarios in the black sea basin until the end of the 21st century, Ro. J. Techn. Sci. Appl. Mechanics, Vol 3, 2021,
    25. Zburlea, L., Rusu E, 2021, An evaluation of the potential impact of extracting marine renewable energy in the coastal environment of the Black Sea, Mechanical Testing and Diagnosis ISSN 2247 – 9635, 2019 (IX), Volume 3, pp. 11-17, https://www.mtd.ugal.ro/issue2021-1.htm
    26. Vlasceanu, E., Rusu, E., Mateescu, R., 2021, Evaluation of the water masses mixing process in the area of river danube discharge, Cercetări Marine - Recherches Marines 2021, http://www.marine-research-journal.org/index.php/cmrm
    27. C. Works presented in international conferences
    28. Rusu, L., 2021, Marine Renewable Energy Extraction in the Context of the Climate Change, invited presentation at 6th International Conference on Advances on Clean Energy Research (ICACER 2021) Barcelona, Spain on April 15-17, http://www.icacer.com/index.html
    29. Rusu, L., 2021, European Green Deal and its targets in terms of ocean energy, invited presentation at International Integrated Wave Energy Research Group (IIWER) webinars, 6th July, 2021, https://iiwergroup.wixsite.com/home
    30. Belibassakis, K., Touboul, J., 2021, Propagation of waves in variable bathymetry in the presence of sheared currents by means of coupled-modes, the thirty-first (2021) International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE) – Rodos, Greece, June 20-25, 2021, https://www.isope.org/conferences-symposia-and-workshops/
    31. Novac, V., RUSU, E., 2021, UAVs support to naval operations, the 27th Edition of The Knowledge-Based Organization Conference KBO 2021, June 10-12, 2021,, https://sciendo.com/article/10.2478/kbo-2021-0091
    32. Rusu, E., 2021, The Expected Dynamics of the Wind Conditions in the West Iberian Nearshore in the Context of the Climate Change, the 17th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology CEST2021, 1-4 September 2021, Athens, Greece, https://www.cest2021.gnest.org/
    33. Rusu, L., 2021, Correction of the predicted wave characteristics using regression methods – a case study for the Iberian coastal environment, the 17th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology CEST2021, 1-4 September 2021, Athens, Greece, https://www.cest2021.gnest.org/
    34. Belibassakis, K, MAgkouris A., Rusu, E., 2021, Simulation and performance evaluation of OWC device opertaing in coastal region, the 17th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology CEST2021, 1-4 September 2021, Athens, Greece, https://www.cest2021.gnest.org/
    35. Rusu, E., 2021, Assessment of the wind power dynamics in the North Sea under climate change conditions, the 16th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES2021) October 10-15, 2021, Dubrovnik Croatia, https://www.dubrovnik2021.sdewes.org/
    36. Rusu, L., 2021, The near future expected wave power in the coastal environment of the Iberian Peninsula, the 16th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES2021) October 10-15, 2021, Dubrovnik Croatia, https://www.dubrovnik2021.sdewes.org/
    37. Onea, F., Rusu, E., 2021, A spatial analysis of the offshore wind energy potential related to the Mediterranean islands, the 5th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Environment (ICREE 2021) will be held in Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey on Oct. 21-23, 2021, http://icree.org/index.html
    38. Girleanu, A., Rusu, E., Onea, F., 2021, A spatial assessment of the Romanian nearshore wind conditions, the XXIth International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2021 (14 August - 22 August 2021), Albena, Bulgaria, section Renewable Energy Sources and Clean Technologies, www.sgem.org/
    39. Girleanu, A., Rusu, E., Onea, F., 2021, An insight into the Romanian energy market in the context of climate change and the European Green Deal, the XXIth International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2021 (14 August - 22 August 2021), Albena, Bulgaria, section Renewable Energy Sources and Clean Technologies, www.sgem.org/
    40. Vlasceanu, E., Rusu, E., Mateescu, R., 2021, Waves penetration inside the port acvatories asociated with the extreme storm regim on the Romanian coast, the XXIth International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2021 (14 August - 22 August 2021), Albena, Bulgaria, section Renewable Energy Sources and Clean Technologies, www.sgem.org/
    41. Vlasceanu, E., Mateescu, R., Rusu, E., 2021, Assessments of the long-term waves data series in case of the sheltered adyacent areas delineation for emergency situations adjoining the Constanta port, the XXIth International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2021 (14 August - 22 August 2021), Albena, Bulgaria, section Renewable Energy Sources and Clean Technologies, www.sgem.org/
    42. Chirosca, A.M., Rusu, L., Pacuraru, F., 2021, Study on the behavior of benchmark container ships in regular waves, ModTech2021 International Conference, June 23-26, Eforie Nord, Romania, https://modtech.ro/index.php#gsc.tab=0
    43. Novac, V., RUSU, E., 2021, The Black Sea currents impact on naval operations, International Conference on Applied Sciences ICAS2021, May 12-14, 2021, Hunedoara, Romania, http://icas.science/
    44. Bekhit, A., Popescu, F., 2021, Local flow assessment of the Japan Bulk Carrier using different turbulence models, , IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Volume 1182, 012004, ModTech International Conference: Modern Technologies in Industrial Engineering IX (ModTech 2021) 23rd-26th June 2021, Eforie Nord, Romania
    45. Bekhit, A., Popescu, F., 2021, Numerical Investigation of the Shallow Water Effect on the Total Resistance, Vertical Motion and Wave Profile of a Container Ship Model, , IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Volume 1182, 012005, ModTech International Conference: Modern Technologies in Industrial Engineering IX (ModTech 2021) 23rd-26th June 2021, Eforie Nord, Romania
    46. D. Works presented in Romanian national scientific events with international participation
    47. Rusu E, 2021, Renewable energy from the marine environment in the context of the climate changes, Invited presentation opening the 2021 series of conferences ‘Inheritance of Asachi’ 24 February, 2021, Technical University of Iasi, Romania, https://www.tuiasi.ro/noutati/fermele-marine-captarea-valurilor-vanturilor-si-curentilor-din-oceane-fundamentele-primei-conferinte-stiintifice-a-anului-2021-din-seria-mostenirea-lui-asachi/
    48. Rusu E, 2021, European Green Deal and the transition to a low carbon future through marine renewable energy, Invited presentation at the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), on 10th and 11th of June 2021, in Galati, Romania, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    49. Rusu, E., 2021, A hot start for the DREAM project, main advances and challenges, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W01, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W01b-ERusu01-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    50. Rusu, E., 2021, The expected dynamics of the wind power resources in the European nearshore, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W02, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W02b-ERusu02-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    51. Rusu, E., Onea, F., Rusu, L., 2021 The expected advances of the technologies for wave energy extraction and the European Green Deal, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W03, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W03b-ERusu03-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    52. Rusu, E., 2021, A coupled modeling system to evaluate the environmental impact of the marine energy farms, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W04, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W04b-ERusu04-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    53. Rusu, L., Bernardino, M., 2021, An overview of the wave energy resources along the european coasts, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W05, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W05b-LRusu&Bernardino-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    54. Rusu, L., Rusu, E., 2021, The expected evolution of the wind and wave conditions in the Black Sea, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W06, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W06b-LRusu02-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    55. Belibassakis, K., Bonovas, M., Magkouris, A., Rusu, E., 2021, Simulation and performance evaluation of multi-DOF point absorbers and OWC devices operating in variable bathymetry regions by BEM and coupled-mode systems, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W07, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W07b-Belibassakis_etal-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    56. Diaconita, A., Andrei, G., 2021, On the influence of renewable energy on global warming, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W08, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W08b-ADiaconita-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    57. Girleanu, A., Rusu, E., 2021, On the possibilities of extracting marine renewable energy in the Romanian nearshore, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W09, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W09b-Alina_Girleanu_Eugen_Rusu-workshop%20DREAM.pdf
    58. Onea, F., Rusu, E., 2021, Weather windows prediction and the impact on the marine renewable projects, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W10, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W10b_Onea%20and%20Rusu_weather%20windows_DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    59. Ciortan, S., Stăvărache, Gh., Rusu, E., 2021, Using artificial networks for prediction of renewable energy resources in marine environment, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W11, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W11b-SCiortan-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    60. Mahu, R., 2021, Numerical evaluation of a vertical-axis wind turbine concept applicability for sites with reduced wind potential, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W12, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W12b-R.Mahu-DREAM_Workshop.pdf
    61. Ciortan, S., Stăvărache, Gh., Rusu, E., 2021, Optimization of wave energy converting based on dynamic systems models, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W13, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W13b2-SCiortan-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    62. Vlasceanu, E., Mateescu, R., Rusu, E., 2021, Scenario based results onthe wavespower resources in the Romanian ports’ area, International workshop, Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal, 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, W14, https://dream.ugal.ro/dream/materiale/workshop-2021/W14b-EVlasceanu-DREAM%20workshop.pdf
    63. Zburlea, L.,I., Rusu, E., 2021, Assessing the impact of renewable energy extraction on the marine environment. A case study for the Black Sea, the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), Perspectives and challenges in doctoral research, 10- 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, PP1.2, p. 214-215, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    64. Yildirir, V., Rusu, E., Onea,, F., 2021, Current analyses of the wind condition and repowering perspective for Fantanele-Cogealac Onshore Project, the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), Perspectives and challenges in doctoral research, 10- 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, PP1.6, p. 217, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    65. Stavarache, Gh., Novac, V., Rusu, E., 2021, Forecast of wind energy evolution in Republic of Moldova, the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), Perspectives and challenges in doctoral research, 10- 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, PP1.23, p. 226, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    66. Stoica, D., Micu, A.,E., Rusu, E., 2021, A study concerning the LCOE dynamics in Europe for the renewable energy in the context of the European Green Deal, the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), Perspectives and challenges in doctoral research, 10- 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, PP10.14, p. 294-295, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    67. Novac, V., Rusu, E., 2021, An updated state of the storms in the Black Sea basin over the last 30 years, the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), Perspectives and challenges in doctoral research, 10- 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, OP1.20, p. 61, 5, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    68. Chirosca, A.M., Vazdoaga, I., Rusu, L., Popa, V.,I., 2021, Navigation conditions and restrictions along the Danube-Black Sea channel, the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), Perspectives and challenges in doctoral research, 10- 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, OP1.4, p. 52, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    69. Chirosca, A.M., Rusu, L., 2021, Evaluation of the maritime traffic, accidents and causalities in the European seas, the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), Perspectives and challenges in doctoral research, 10- 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, OP1.5, p. 52, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    70. Chirosca, A.M., Rusu, L., 2021, Analysis of the wave and wind conditions along the European seas for the last twenty years, the 9th edition of the Scientific Conference organized by the Doctoral Schools of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galati (SCDS-UDJG), Perspectives and challenges in doctoral research, 10- 11 June 2021, Galati, Romania, OP1.6, p. 53, http://www.cssd-udjg.ugal.ro/
    71. Chirosca, A.M., Rusu, L., 2021, Statistical and economic analysis of the Rhine-Main-Danube canal, the bridge between the North Sea and the Black Sea, 11th International Conference The Danube - Axis of European Identity (DAIE2021), Danubius University of Galati June 29, 2021, http://www.conferences.univ-danubius.ro/index.php/DAIE/DAIE2021
    72. Chirosca, A.M., Rusu, L., 2021, Study on navigation conditions and shipping traffic on the Danube in the period 2010-2020, 11th International Conference The Danube - Axis of European Identity (DAIE2021), Danubius University of Galati June 29, 2021, http://www.conferences.univ-danubius.ro/index.php/DAIE/DAIE2021
    73. Vlasceanu, E., Rusu, E., 2021, The study of wave transformation in Mangalia port with numerical models, 11th International Conference The Danube - Axis of European Identity (DAIE2021), Danubius University of Galati June 29, 2021, http://www.conferences.univ-danubius.ro/index.php/DAIE/DAIE2021
    74. Vlasceanu, E., Rusu, E., 2021, “Validation methods for numerical model’s results applied to the marine hydrodynamic processes at the Romanian coast”, 11th International Conference The Danube - Axis of European Identity (DAIE2021), Danubius University of Galati June 29, 2021, http://www.conferences.univ-danubius.ro/index.php/DAIE/DAIE2021
    75. E. Master Thesis - defended
    76. Gherghe, A., 2021, Optimizarea extragerii energiei valurilor cu sisteme dinamice, under the coordination of Assoc.Prof Ciortan Sorin, Faculty of Engineering, "Dunarea de Jos" Univeristy of Galati, Romania MSIM_Gherghe_Adrian_lucrare_dizertatie.pdf

DREAM Workshop - 11.06.2021

Advances and challenges of the DREAM project in the context of the European green deal


Invitation

DREAM Workshop - 26.04.2022

Marine Renewable Energy Topic

DREAM - Certificates

Contact

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"Dunărea de Jos" University of Galați

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