A dynamic stochastic hybrid model to represent significant wave height and wave period for marine energy representation

Humberto Verdejo, Almendra Awerkin, Wolfgang Kliemann, Cristhian Becker, Héctor Chávez, Karina A. Barbosa, José Delpiano

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This paper presents a methodology to represent ocean wave power generation based on real data observation for significant wave height (SWH or H s ) and wave period (WP or T). This technique is based on a hybrid model, which considers Fourier series and stochastic differential equations, allowing a continuous time representation of the random changes in the parameters associated with wave power generation (H s and T). The methodology is explained, including estimation methods and a validation procedure. The data series generated by the models erre used to create simulated wave power output applying a transformed matrix and a theoretical model. The results validate the utilization of this technique, when the objective is to obtain a robust dynamic representation of a random process, oriented to linear studies.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo887
PublicaciónEnergies
Volumen12
N.º5
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2019

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