Optimal design of an efficient floating windbreak

The aim of this project is to optimally design an efficient floating man-made windbreak for the infrastructure and fragile coastlines vulnerable to wind storms.

Winner of the Young Researchers Conference Australia 2018

Optimal design of an efficient floating windbreak

Speaker: Junwei Lyu
University: The University of Queensland

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