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Thomas Adcock
Thomas Adcock
Department of engineering science, University of Oxford
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Foundations of offshore wind turbines: A review
X Wu, Y Hu, Y Li, J Yang, L Duan, T Wang, T Adcock, Z Jiang, Z Gao, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 104, 379-393, 2019
1752019
The available power from tidal stream turbines in the Pentland Firth
TAA Adcock, S Draper, GT Houlsby, AGL Borthwick, Serhadl 횤 oğluSena
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2013
1672013
Tidal range energy resource and optimization–Past perspectives and future challenges
SP Neill, A Angeloudis, PE Robins, I Walkington, SL Ward, I Masters, ...
Renewable energy 127, 763-778, 2018
1212018
The extractable power from the Pentland Firth
S Draper, TAA Adcock, GT Houlsby, AGL Borthwick
Renewable Energy 63, 650-657, 2014
113*2014
Tidal power generation–a review of hydrodynamic modelling
TAA Adcock, S Draper, T Nishino
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of …, 2015
1092015
The physics of anomalous (‘rogue’) ocean waves
TAA Adcock, PH Taylor
Reports on Progress in Physics 77 (10), 105901, 2014
1032014
Did the Draupner wave occur in a crossing sea?
TAA Adcock, PH Taylor, S Yan, QW Ma, P Janssen
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2011
942011
Tidal stream energy resource assessment of the Anglesey Skerries
S Serhadlıoğlu, TAA Adcock, GT Houlsby, S Draper, AGL Borthwick
International Journal of Marine Energy 3, e98-e111, 2013
802013
Laboratory recreation of the Draupner wave and the role of breaking in crossing seas
ML McAllister, S Draycott, TAA Adcock, PH Taylor, TS Van Den Bremer
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 860, 767-786, 2019
652019
Nonlinear dynamics of wave-groups in random seas: unexpected walls of water in the open ocean
TAA Adcock, PH Taylor, S Draper
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2015
442015
Power extraction from tidal channels–multiple tidal constituents, compound tides and overtides
TAA Adcock, S Draper
Renewable Energy 63, 797-806, 2014
432014
Focusing of unidirectional wave groups on deep water: an approximate nonlinear Schrödinger equation-based model
TAA Adcock, PH Taylor
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2009
422009
DeRisk—accurate prediction of ULS wave loads. Outlook and first results
H Bredmose, M Dixen, A Ghadirian, TJ Larsen, S Schløer, SJ Andersen, ...
Energy Procedia 94, 379-387, 2016
362016
An electrical analogy for the Pentland Firth tidal stream power resource
S Draper, TAA Adcock, AGL Borthwick, GT Houlsby
Proceedings of the royal society a: mathematical, physical and engineering …, 2014
362014
Energy storage inherent in large tidal turbine farms
R Vennell, TAA Adcock
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2014
342014
Laboratory scale experiments and preliminary modelling to investigate basin scale tidal stream energy extraction
S Draper, T Stallard, P Stansby, S Way, T Adcock
10th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC), Aalborg, Denmark, 2013
322013
Estimating ocean wave directional spreading from an Eulerian surface elevation time history
TAA Adcock, PH Taylor
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2009
322009
Performance of an ideal turbine in an inviscid shear flow
S Draper, T Nishino, TAA Adcock, PH Taylor
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 796, 86-112, 2016
312016
The nonlinear evolution and approximate scaling of directionally spread wave groups on deep water
TAA Adcock, RH Gibbs, PH Taylor
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2012
312012
Tidal stream power in the Pentland Firth–long-term variability, multiple constituents and capacity factor
TAA Adcock, S Draper, GT Houlsby, AGL Borthwick, S Serhadlıoğlu
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of …, 2014
302014
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