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Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-059
... contour thermal structure reeon sensor chain data in-water data surface temperature frontal region spar data thermistor spar underwater technology western boundary interpretation warm intrusion thermistor chain boundary regon spar intrusion Thermal Structure and Remote...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-069
...A Long-Term Intercomparison of Wave Sensors in the - Northern North Sea N. M. C. Dacunha and T. J . Angeuaare, Shell International Petroleum Mij, The Netherlands Wind, wave and meteorolo@cal data have been measured by Shell UK Exploration and Production (a ShelVEsso joint operating company...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-089
... and direction were installed off the Nile Delta at Abu Quir and Ras El-Bar (Fig. 1). Each station consists of four basic units plus cables for interconnections: the recorder unit, acquisition unit, power unit, and sensor array. The sensor arrays of the two stations incorporate three wave pressure sensors...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-127
... (after Henderson (ref 1) (available in full paper) weathercock stability catamaran oceanographic cable incidence cable williams reynolds number separation separation bubble chord pressure distribution spar henderson application sensor boundary layer royal aircraft establishment...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-139
... A 4/12 MHz SENSORS ANALOG ( w ~ t h CPU) SATELLITE and UART's NAVIGATION 1 us232 EHy$ TRANSCEIVER ADSlM SLAVE CPU r l DETECTOR a BATTERIES FREOUENCY GENERATOR I PREAMPLIFIER HYDROPHONE 10-10 kHz SOLAR PANELS Fig. 2 Electronics systems in the instrumentation module 142 ADVANCES IN UNDERWATER TECHNOLOGY...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-145
...The Hydro-optic Sensor System (HOSS) S . Svensson, C . Ekstrom, B Erzcson and J . Lexander, The National Defence Research Insti tute of Sweden (FOA) A measurement system for rn sztu studies of optical water quality, salinity and temperature has been de- signed and built a t FOA Transmission...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-151
... This chapter describes the results of tests on an optical wave guide sensor for measuring refractive index of sea water and hence salinity and density. The optical sensor used to obtain these results is very sensitive to salinity it produces a 10 V signal for a range of salinity of 0–50 ppt...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-021
... and positiomg systems is considered. The de- velopment of mcreasmgly comphcated navlga- bon and positionmg systems is exammed to hghhght common features such as hgh data capture rates, sensor diversity and hgh proces- smg loads. It is these factors whch make transputer technology particularly appropnate...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-079
...) and of hght weight (about 10 kg in air, with sensors). The vehcle is equipped w t h conduc- tivlty, s h t y and depth sensors. The vehcle motion is controlled from a deck control umt. The USV scans the vertical plane m whch the tow cable advances horizontally, and measures the dstributions of those parameters...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-105
... it possible to carry out systematic and accurate surveys. A ROV equipped vvlth a vanety of sensors; st111 and video cameras, an obstacle avoidance sonar, a profiler, a magnetometer, an acoustic position~ng responder and an b: system is used as a bloodhound to search the sea bed. Using this method, engmeers...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-129
... increasingly more mportant m sever- al fields related to offshore actiwties. The present applications mvolve both the need for statistical mformation as well as real-tme data and forecasts. It is of course mpossible to cover all ocean areas of mterest w t h sensors, and therefore a complete mantme weather s e...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-169
... with a floatmg orange. The Manne Morphodynamics Umt therefore proposed a new device, called the Optical Transport Sensor (OTS) which uthzes optical fibres to detect the passage of mdlvidual grams, and therefore to provide the required measure- ment speeds for companng the bedload and flow spectra. The design...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-175
... thrusts have led to RALPHNET. To reduce the number of cables and connec- tors, the mtial criteria of RALPH'S design called for housing all electronics and most sensors in one large pressure vessel. T h s also fachtates mterfacing the various components to the computer which controls all sensors...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-203
... current electromcs technology to acheve sigmficant lmprovements m performance. Ths mstrument is the first one of a planned network whch wdl be used by the French scientific comrnumty. SENSORS: SEISMOMETER LEVELLING A seismometer measures the mohon of the ground on which it is emplaced. A well-designed...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-229
... along the French Atlantic coast (Ollitrault and Coudevllle, 1982). The Wadibuoy (NQeides, France) uses the heave, pitch and roll Hippy sensor (Datawell, the Netherlands) and a Thomson flux gate compass, processes the data m-board and transmits energy and mean drrection m 19 selected penod bands ma...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-241
... sealion battene reservoir characterization kevlar cable penetration full penetration water depth situ geotechnical testing sensor test rod whch cable transducer upstream oil & gas piezocone seahon dc motor snellius-ii expedition automatic system retraction Sealion...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-289
... crack-monitoring sensor fibre sensitivity attenuation change detection specimen fatigue test crack wdth optical fibre crack detection sensor application optical-fibre sensor fracture instrumentation adhesive connector specunen Use of Optical-fibre Sensors for Crack Detection...

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