For intersection a, the cumulative vehicles under CP is the least, but the average delay and queue length are all the most; the cumulative vehicles under the other scenarios are slightly different; the average delays and queue lengths under OP12 and OP16 are all less than those under OP1; the cumulative vehicles, average delay and average queue length under OP12 are all more than those under OP16.
Table 7 compares the optimization results with the simulation results for OP1, OP12 and OP16.
SWAN model Coordinates [DELTA]x x [DELTA]y (m) [DELTA] [theta] Cartesian 50 x 50 ([degrees]) 5 Input/process wave wind tide crt gen SWAN X X 0 X X SWAN model Mode/scheme [n.sub.f] [n.sub.[theta] stat/BSBT 34 35 Input/process wcap quad triad SWAN 0 X X SWAN model [n.sub.gx] x [n.sub.gy] = [n.sub.p] 355 x 406 = 144130 Input/process diffr bfric setup br SWAN X X X X TABLE 2: CS1 ([H.sub.s] =1 m, [T.sub.m] = 4s, Dir = 90[degrees]), evaluation of the impact of the energy farms on the waves in the reference points OP1
(northern offshore point), OP2 (central offshore point), OP3 (southern offshore point), and in the point NP1-NP7 WD0: no energy converter, WD6: four Wave Dragon energy converters operating in line.