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Technology transfer from the Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program

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dc.identifier.citation 1987. Technology transfer from the Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program. Honolulu (HI).
dc.description.abstract "The Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program (HDWCP) is a research and development effort to determine the feasibility of installing and operating a submarine power transmission system between the Islands of Hawaii and Oahu in the Hawaiian Archipelago. The benefits of such a system have been identified and discussed in past documents. The purpose of this briefing is to summarize the present status of technology transfer opportunities from the research and development effort. Technology transfer from the HDWCP can be divided into two groups. The first involves the transfer of cable design, installation, and repair techniques to other locations or different types of installations, such as oil and gas pipelines. The second involves ideas and concepts, equipment and instrumentation, and methodologies conceived and developed for the HDWCP, but with potential application well beyond the confines of submarine power transmission system design and installation. As an overview, these are shown, together with potential user ... I will illustrate, with specific examples, the uses of technology developed under the HDWCP."
dc.format.extent 7 pages
dc.language.iso en-US
dc.publisher [s.n.]
dc.subject Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program
dc.subject inventory surveys
dc.subject engineering
dc.subject Big Island
dc.subject Hawaii
dc.subject.lcsh Cables, Submarine--Hawaii
dc.subject.lcsh Electric power transmission--Hawaii
dc.subject.lcsh Electric lines--Hawaii
dc.subject.lcsh Electric cables
dc.subject.lcsh Underground electric lines--Hawaii
dc.title Technology transfer from the Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program
dc.type Report
dc.type.dcmi Text
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