Webber Wave Pools offers two distinct types of surf systems. The first generates continuously breaking waves, capable of providing surfers with infinitely long rides around a central island, while the second provides a lengthy ride down either side of a looped linear track-based system. The team is comprised of engineers, business development managers and surfboard industry experts, committed to developing and commercialising the Webber Wave Pool, and are all experienced surfers.
Continuous Webber Wave Pool
1. Continuously breaking, never ending waves
2. Ability to accommodate multiple surfers at once
3. Wave height and shape can be altered within seconds
4. Low energy cost
Looped Linear Webber Wave Pool
1. Ability to accommodate multiple surfers at once
2. Wave height and shape can be altered within seconds
3. Lower energy cost than continuous design
The technology behind both designs has been developed with the aid of:
1. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling
2. Three tests in a linear tow tank
3. Three tests in a custom built circular pool
4. Innumerable field tests, using a boat to generate waves.
With financial support from the Australian Research Council, the project has utilised the scientific expertise and advanced testing facilities of two world leading naval architecture research organisations: the Australian Maritime College (AMC) and Delft University of Technology (TUDelft).
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Webber Wave Pools is one of the world’s leading artificial wave technology company’s. When it comes to producing perfect waves for surfers anywhere on the planet Greg Webber and his team have what many consider to be the ultimate solution…
How does Webber Wave Pools create their variety of beginner to high performance waves? With Webber Wave Pools wave generation technology they have the ability to directly influence wave shape, height, and difficulty level. There are several variables and factors that have an impact on the waves produced in the pool:
Research and Development
The Webber Wave Pool is completely different in its method of wave generation and pool shape. The waves break constantly around a circular island within a doughnut shaped pool. With nearly a decade’s worth of investment and thousands of hours spent on technical research and development the WWP team has made giant strides towards bringing world class waves in pools to the global market. All aspects of the project have been taken into account including commercial, scientific, and economic factors.
Webber Wave Pools has also teamed up with two of the world’s leading Naval Architecture research organizations in order to collaborate with their expert scientific community and to utilize the most advanced wave pool testing facilities on the planet. Delft University of Technology and the Australian Maritime College have played a major role in researching, developing, and perfecting the WWP model. With 6 scale model tests to date including 3 circular wave pool tests the WWP research team has all the evidence they need to begin construction on their first full-scale wave pool facility. This next step will be the true test of their wave pool design and has the potential to prove the viability of wave pools as a sustainable business model to investors around the globe. This sounds promising…“May 2011 testing proved that we can produce two perfect tubing waves at all times from each hull.” – Webber Wave Pools
The main priority for Webber Wave Pools at this point is to build their first full-scale wave pool in order to truly prove that world class artificial waves can be produced in their circular or crescent designed wave pool models.
“Following extensive scientific research, engineering development, and successful domestic and international patent applications and subsequent registrations, the Webber Wave Pool team is now ready for the initial construction and testing of its first wave pool. We’re fully confident that we can build a full-scale pool that meets our expecations and validates the viability of wave pools and the ancillary enterprises that will be generated from their existence.”
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