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Jagan Gorle

Other affiliations: Institut Pprime
Bio: Jagan Gorle is an academic researcher from Centre national de la recherche scientifique. The author has contributed to research in topics: Acoustic Doppler velocimetry & Turbulence. The author has an hindex of 4, co-authored 13 publications receiving 84 citations. Previous affiliations of Jagan Gorle include Institut Pprime.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the performance and flow evaluation for a low-speed hydrokinetic turbine of Darrieus type, operating in a confined flow channel is presented, which includes computations (2D CFD) using Chimera meshes and experiments including phase-locked measurements.

37 citations

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TL;DR: Empirical data on rotational velocity and water quality in circular and octagonal tanks at two large commercial smolt production sites reveals that the fish swimming in the tanks is a major source of turbulence, and nonlinearity.

37 citations

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TL;DR: An inclusive analysis not only explores the hydrodynamics in the commercial culture tanks with Cornell-type dual-drain but also recommends the farmers with the suitable flow-split between such outlet systems.

21 citations

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TL;DR: It is shown that relatively minor construction changes aided by CFD can result in major changes in the hydrodynamic properties of large culture tanks for Atlantic salmon.

19 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, Wang et al. used Windows-based OpenFOAM solvers to solve the conservation equations for tank hydrodynamics with an implicit unsteady second-order Eulerian (finite volume) technique on unstructured hybrid meshes.

17 citations


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TL;DR: This multidisciplinary field applied to the seaweed aquaculture is very promising to improve the methods and techniques; this area is developed under the denominated industry 4.0.
Abstract: Seaweeds (marine macroalgae) are autotrophic organisms capable of producing many compounds of interest. For a long time, seaweeds have been seen as a great nutritional resource, primarily in Asian countries to later gain importance in Europe and South America, as well as in North America and Australia. It has been reported that edible seaweeds are rich in proteins, lipids and dietary fibers. Moreover, they have plenty of bioactive molecules that can be applied in nutraceutical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic areas. There are historical registers of harvest and cultivation of seaweeds but with the increment of the studies of seaweeds and their valuable compounds, their aquaculture has increased. The methodology of cultivation varies from onshore to offshore. Seaweeds can also be part of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA), which has great opportunities but is also very challenging to the farmers. This multidisciplinary field applied to the seaweed aquaculture is very promising to improve the methods and techniques; this area is developed under the denominated industry 4.0.

109 citations

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TL;DR: Evaluating the effect of CO2 on the growth performance, welfare, and health of Atlantic salmon post-smolts in RAS finds high carbon dioxide concentrations negatively impact fish, which makes data on its tolerance especially relevant for production systems that can accumulate CO2.

49 citations

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TL;DR: The methods and results of this paper provide a perspective to multi-time scales modeling of hydro-turbine governing system and contribute to the optimization analysis and control of the system.

46 citations

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01 Jan 2019
TL;DR: This chapter provides a brief overview of the history, water quality control processes, new developments and ongoing challenges of recirculating aquaculture systems.
Abstract: Recirculating aquaculture technology, which includes aquaponics, has been under development for the past 40 years from a combination of technologies derived from the wastewater treatment and aquaculture sectors. Until recently, recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) farms have been relatively small compared with other types of modern aquaculture production. The last two decades have seen a significant increase in the development of this technology, with increased market acceptance and scale. This chapter provides a brief overview of the history, water quality control processes, new developments and ongoing challenges of RAS.

41 citations

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25 Sep 2019-Energies
TL;DR: In this paper, an up-to-date review of the potential, technologies, prototypes, installed capacities, and projects related to ocean renewable energy including wave, tidal, and thermal, and salinity gradient sources.
Abstract: This study, firstly, provides an up-to-date global review of the potential, technologies, prototypes, installed capacities, and projects related to ocean renewable energy including wave, tidal, and thermal, and salinity gradient sources. Secondly, as a case study, we present a preliminary assessment of the wave, ocean current, and thermal gradient sources along the Brazilian coastline. The global status of the technological maturity of the projects, their different stages of development, and the current global installed capacity for different sources indicate the most promising technologies considering the trend of global interest. In Brazil, despite the extensive coastline and the fact that almost 82% of the Brazilian electricity matrix is renewable, ocean renewable energy resources are still unexplored. The results, using oceanographic fields produced by numerical models, show the significant potential of ocean thermal and wave energy sources in the northern and southern regions of the Brazilian coast, which could contribute as complementary supply sources in the national electricity matrix.

40 citations