Shun-Han Yang

Doktorand at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Marine Technology

Shun-Han YANG is currently a Ph.D student at Chalmers University of Technology. She is involved in a Swedish Energy Agency funded research project within the field of renewable ocean energy. This project aims to propose commercially viable solutions to develop methods and technologies for harvesting of renewable ocean energy. Prior to returning to the school, she had been a research assistance at National Taiwan University and a structural engineer at CSBC Corporation, Taiwan. She received her B.S. and M.S. in naval architecture with honors from National Taiwan University in 2009 and 2010 respectively. Most of her research performed centers around techniques for ship structure design and coupling analysis in the field of hydrodynamic and structural studies. YANG has won numerous awards, including best paper award of 2012 Advanced Maritime Engineering Conference and the design award of Taiwan’s National Students’ Contest of Handmade Ship Models. YANG is a member of Taiwan Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. A more in-depth bio is available on request.

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Projects

2017–2020

ELASTMOOR - Elastic mooring systems for wave energy converters

Jonas Ringsberg Marine Technology
Erland Johnson Marine Technology
Shun-Han Yang Marine Technology
Johannes Palm Marine Technology
Swedish Energy Agency

2015–2018

R&D of dynamic low voltage cables between the buoy and floating hub in a marine energy system

Jonas Ringsberg Marine Technology
Erland Johnson Marine Technology
Shun-Han Yang Marine Technology
Swedish Energy Agency

2016–2018

Simulation model for operation and maintenance strategy of floating wave energy converters - analysis of fatigue, wear, and influence of biofouling for effective and profitable energy harvesting

Jonas Ringsberg Marine Technology
Erland Johnson Marine Technology
Shun-Han Yang Marine Technology
Swedish Energy Agency

2012–2015

Ocean Energy Centre - Durability analysis of cables and moorings used in systems for harvesting of renewable ocean energy

Jonas Ringsberg Marine Technology
Shun-Han Yang Marine Technology
Erland Johnson Marine Technology
Swedish Energy Agency

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Publications

2017

Parametric study of the dynamic motions and mechanical characteristics of power cables for wave energy converters

Shun-Han Yang, Jonas Ringsberg, Erland Johnson
Journal of Marine Science and Technology. Vol. X (Y), p. 1-20
Journal article
2017

Biofouling on mooring lines and power cables used in wave energy converter systems - analysis of fatigue life and energy performance

Shun-Han Yang, Jonas Ringsberg, Erland Johnson et al
Applied Ocean Research. Vol. 65 (1), p. 166-177
Journal article
2016

A comparison of coupled and de-coupled simulation procedures for the fatigue analysis of WEC mooring lines

Shun-Han Yang, Jonas Ringsberg, Erland Johnson et al
Ocean Engineering. Vol. 117 (1), p. 332-345
Journal article
2016

The influence of biofouling on power capture and the fatigue life of mooring lines and power cables used in wave energy converters

Shun-Han Yang, Jonas Ringsberg, Erland Johnson
Progress in Renewable Energies Offshore – Proceedings of RENEW 2016, the Second International Conference on Renewable Energies Offshore, Lisbon, Portugal, October 24-26, (Editor C. Guedes Soares), p. 711-722
Paper in proceedings
2015

Parametric study of the mechanical characteristics of power cables under dynamic motions

Shun-Han Yang, Jonas Ringsberg, Erland Johnson
Proceedings of the 11th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC 2015) in Nantes, France, September 6-11, 2015, p. 11-
Paper in proceedings
2014

Analysis of mooring lines for wave energy converters – a comparison of de-coupled and coupled simulation procedures

Shun-Han Yang, Jonas Ringsberg, Erland Johnson
Proceedings of the ASME Thirty-third International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE2014) in San Francisco, California, USA, June 8-13, 2014. Vol. 4A
Paper in proceedings