William M.J. Batten
William M.J. Batten
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TitleCited byYear
Power and thrust measurements of marine current turbines under various hydrodynamic flow conditions in a cavitation tunnel and a towing tank
AS Bahaj, AF Molland, JR Chaplin, WMJ Batten
Renewable energy 32 (3), 407-426, 2007
6532007
The prediction of the hydrodynamic performance of marine current turbines
WMJ Batten, AS Bahaj, AF Molland, JR Chaplin
Renewable energy 33 (5), 1085-1096, 2008
4052008
Hydrodynamics of marine current turbines
WMJ Batten, AS Bahaj, AF Molland, JR Chaplin
Renewable energy 31 (2), 249-256, 2006
3112006
Experimental verifications of numerical predictions for the hydrodynamic performance of horizontal axis marine current turbines
AS Bahaj, WMJ Batten, G McCann
Renewable energy 32 (15), 2479-2490, 2007
3052007
Experimentally validated numerical method for the hydrodynamic design of horizontal axis tidal turbines
WMJ Batten, AS Bahaj, AF Molland, JR Chaplin, ...
Ocean engineering 34 (7), 1013-1020, 2007
2622007
Comparison between CFD simulations and experiments for predicting the far wake of horizontal axis tidal turbines
ME Harrison, WMJ Batten, LE Myers, AS Bahaj
IET Renewable Power Generation 4 (6), 613-627, 2010
2152010
Measurements and predictions of forces, pressures and cavitation on 2-D sections suitable for marine current turbines
AF Molland, AS Bahaj, JR Chaplin, WMJ Batten
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of …, 2004
1162004
Accuracy of the actuator disc-RANS approach for predicting the performance and wake of tidal turbines
WMJ Batten, ME Harrison, AS Bahaj
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2013
1002013
Influence of turbulence on the wake of a marine current turbine simulator
T Blackmore, WMJ Batten, AS Bahaj
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2014
442014
A blade element actuator disc approach applied to tidal stream turbines
ME Harrison, WMJ Batten, AS Bahaj
OCEANS 2010 MTS/IEEE SEATTLE, 1-8, 2010
402010
Transition from vortex to wall driven turbulence production in the Taylor–Couette system with a rotating inner cylinder
WMJ Batten, NW Bressloff, SR Turnock
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 38 (3), 207-226, 2002
282002
CFD simulation of a small farm of horizontal axis marine current turbines
WMJ Batten, AS Bahaj
Elsevier Science, 2006
272006
Influence of turbulence on the drag of solid discs and turbine simulators in a water current
T Blackmore, WMJ Batten, GU Műller, ABS Bahaj
Experiments in Fluids 55 (1), 1637, 2014
242014
Experimental investigation into the hydrodynamic performance of marine current turbines
AS Bahaj, WMJ Batten, AF Molland, JR Chaplin
Sustainable energy series, Report 3, 1747-0544, 2005
222005
Yawed performance of horizontal axis turbines in marine currents
WMJ Batten, AS Bahaj, AF Molland, LS Blunden, JR Chaplin
International solar energy society, 151-156, 2006
17*2006
An assessment of growth scenarios and implications for ocean energy industries in Europe
WMJ Batten, AS Bahaj
122007
Design and stability of a floating free stream energy converter
WMJ Batten, F Weichbrodt, GU Muller, J Hadler, C Semlow, M Hochbaum, ...
Proceedings of the 34th World Congress of the International Association for …, 2011
112011
Comparing energy yields from fixed and yawing horizontal axis marine current turbines in the English channel
LS Blunden, WMJ Batten, BS Bahaj
ASME 2008 27th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic …, 2008
112008
Potential for Using the Floating Body Structure to Increase the Efficiency of a Free Stream Energy Converter
WMJ Batten, GU Muller
Proceedings of the 34th World Congress of the International Association for …, 2011
102011
Comparison of boundary-layer and field models for simulation of flow through multiple-row tidal fences
LS Blunden, WMJ Batten, ME Harrison, AS Bahaj
Proceedings of the 8th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference, Uppsala …, 2009
102009
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