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  • Underwater vibration measurements even at high temperatures

    Until now, the most appropriate solution for vibration measurements underwater or in situations of temporary submersion, has been to use the DeltaTron® Accelerometer, Type 5958-A. This is an excellent solution for use at temperatures up to 100oC With the introduction of high-temperature DeltaTron® (IEPE) accelerometers and new waterproof cable assemblies however, it is now possible to ...

  • Underwater vibration measurements even at high temperatures

    Until now, the most appropriate solution for vibration measurements underwater or in situations of temporary submersion, has been to use the DeltaTron® Accelerometer, Type 5958-A. This is an excellent solution for use at temperatures up to 100oC With the introduction of high-temperature DeltaTron® (IEPE) accelerometers and new waterproof cable assemblies however, it is now possible to ...

  • Remote, underwater detection of harmful algae

    This achievement represents a significant milestone in NOAA's effort to monitor the type and toxicity of harmful algal blooms (HABs). HABs are considered to be increasing not only in their global distribution, but also in the frequency, duration, and severity of their effects. HABs damage coastal ecosystem health and pose threats to humans as well as marine life. Climate change is expected to ...

  • The Analox team head off to the Underwater Centre

    A group of Analox team members were invited to The Underwater Centre in Fort William to undergo training similar to that delivered to Commercial Divers and ROV pilot ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Underwater ridges impact Ocean`s Warm water flow

    New discoveries on how underwater ridges impact the ocean's circulation system will help improve climate projections. An underwater ridge can trap the flow of cold, dense water at the bottom of the ocean. Without the ridge, deepwater can flow freely and speed up the ocean circulation pattern, which generally increases the flow of warm surface water. Warm water on the ocean's surface makes the ...

  • Kenics Heat Exchangers Provide Effective Performance and Longevity in Gala Industries’ Application of Underwater Pelletizing Processes

    Smooth running production processes help manufacturers reach targeted goals. To achieve this, all equipment and systems must work in perfect unison and perform to optimal efficiency. Gala Industries manufactures underwater pelletizing systems for the plastics, hot melt adhesive and expandable resins industries. The manufacturer has used Kenics heat exchangers in their process for many years with ...


    By Moyno, Inc.

  • Precision Measurement Engineering, Inc. Develops Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) underwater sensor

    Precision Measurement Engineering, Inc. (PME), an internationally known oceanographic and limnologic instrument design corporation has revised the Li-Cor LI-192SA Underwater Quantum Sensor to be used with the T-Chain, a water column monitoring device manufactured by PME. The PAR Sensor addition monitors underwater Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density (PPFD) and can be used in fresh or saltwater ...

  • Submerged GRP pipe application

    Superlit, a well known major Turkish GRP pipe manufacturer, supplied (DN) 3000mm GRP pipes which are installed underwater for the project “Cooling Water Supply from the sea for Metallurgical Factory in Turkey”. Total of 600m GRP Pipe lines are installed as submerged on the saddles anchoraged on a continuous horizontal steel beam, due to the fact that cooling water for the factory is absorbed 7m ...


    By SUPERLIT

  • New Discoveries Improve Climate Models

    New discoveries on how underwater ridges impact the ocean's circulation system will help improve climate projections. An underwater ridge can trap the flow of cold, dense water at the bottom of the ocean. Without the ridge, deepwater can flow freely and speed up the ocean circulation pattern, which generally increases the flow of warm surface water. Warm water on the ocean's ...

  • Stop pipe line spills with Wrap Seal from SynTherm

    SynTherm introduces Wrap Seal on the european market.Wrap Seal is quick repair kit for pipe line leaks.Wrap Seal is a fiberglass tape coated with polyurethane resin which reacts with water to cure.Wrap Seal can be used for routine or emergency leak repair, hazardous material spill control, structural reinforcement, sealing joints, rebuilding thinning pipe walls, corrosion control, abrasion ...


    By SynTherm

  • FEMME 2015 Singapore

    The Forum for Exchange of Mutual Multibeam Experiences (FEMME 2015) takes place this week in Singapore from 17-19 November 2015. There is a packed schedule of technical product and application related forums and discussion groups, with the majority of presentation slots targeted at Multibeam Product users so that they may share technical experience and insight with other attendees. ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • Wet Commute Forecast for London

    Development charity Practical Action has released an alternative tube map (http://www.flickr.com/photos/practicalaction/5217896496/) that highlights the impact climate change and rising sea levels could have on the capital. If climate change talks scheduled to begin in Cancun this week are not successful, it could lead to a 4C rise in global temperatures by the end of the century. This, in turn, ...


  • Additively manufactured trophy for Art Couture Painswick winner

    Global engineering company Renishaw has supported the Art Couture Painswick Festival, which took place on July 17th, 2016, by sponsoring the overall ‘best in show' award. Independent designer Vikki Lafford Garside who scooped this year's Simply the Best award with her underwater-themed wearable art design and was presented with an ornate ...


    By Renishaw plc

  • Visit Valeport at Subsea Expo Exhibition 2016

    Valeport's Exhibition Schedule continues in February at Europe's largest annual subsea exhibition and conference. SubSea Expo 2016 in Aberdeen, Scotland, 3rd - 5th February. Three full days of events, conferences, exhibition stands and breakout sessions mean there is something for everyone involved with European Subsea Underwater Technology: Conference & Technology Showcase – ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • Pakistan floods driven by climate change, say UN officials

    The recent floods in Pakistan could turn out to be the worst impact of climate change to date, according to UN climate experts. Scientists at the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said last week (11 August) that there is no doubt that higher global temperatures were behind the floods. 'There's no doubt that clearly the climate change is contributing, a major contributing factor,' Ghassem ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Airborne lidar catches algae

    ESRL’s Jim Churnside (Chemical Sciences Division) has used lidar instruments on airplanes to find schools of fish and squid. He’s used lidar—which bounces laser light off distant objects and captures the information-rich return signals—to find abandoned “ghost nets,” which can ensnare and kill ocean dwellers. Now, Churnside is using airborne lidar to find layers of phytoplankton—tiny plant-like ...

  • PME Sophisticated Sensors Equip Field Study Funded In-Part by the National Science Foundation

    When a cadre of university researchers set out to conduct a series of oceanic field experiments, they turned to PME instrumentation to test their thesis. Underwater instrument towers girded with fast temperature and conductivity sensors, as well as vertical velocity measurements were installed near Monterey Bay, California; Eilat, Israel; and Mamala Bay, Hawaii. This study, funded by the National ...

  • Robot fish could monitor water quality

    Nature inspires technology for an engineer and an ecologist teamed up at Michigan State University. They're developing robots that use advanced materials to swim like fish to probe underwater environments. 'Fish are very efficient,' explained Xiaobo Tan, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. 'They can perform very efficient locomotion and maneuvering in the water.' ...


    By ScienceDaily

  • Presidential honour for NOAA scientists

    Three NOAA scientists will receive the 2009 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). Recipients are: J. Christopher Taylor, an ecologist at the National Center for Coastal Ocean Science\'s Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research in Beaufort, N.C.; Matthew Menne, a physical scientist at the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C.; and Charles Stock, ...

  • Innovative fish tower will restore salmon fish passages and provide green energy

    As a result of a new, innovative fish passage project in Central Oregon designed by CH2M HILL and partners, salmon and steelhead could soon be swimming their way down the Metolius, Crooked and upper Deschutes River for the first time in more than 40 years.  Portland General Electric (PGE) (NYSE:POR) and the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon, co-owners of the ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

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