The Energy Flow Lab is a research group in the UPEI Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering. We focus on challenges to energy sustainability with an emphasis on flow–whether that be the flow of wind or water over a turbine, or the flow of power within the energy system. Most of our work is in wind energy, marine renewable energy (including offshore wind, wave, and tidal), and integrating more renewable sources into the energy system.
- “Comparison of Pilot-Scale Floating Offshore Wind Farms with Shared Moorings” by Connolly and Hall in Ocean Engineering
- “Comparison of Seabed Friction Formulations in a Lumped-Mass Mooring Model” by Devries and Hall presented at IOWTC 2018
- “Validation of a hybrid modeling approach to floating wind turbine basin testing” by Hall and Goupee in Wind Energy
- “Initial Perspective on a 100% Renewable Electricity Supply for Prince Edward Island” by Hall and Swingler in IJES