MODE SOFAR Float in Situ Data Summary

MODE SOFAR Float in Situ Data Summary

SOFAR Float Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution WHOI - 74-37 1 2 . MODE 2
. MODE 3 . MODE SOFAR FLOAT IN SITU DATA SUMARY by Arthur D. Voorhis
and Raymond R. Benoit . 60 pages . June 1974 . International Decade of Ocean
 ...

Author: Arthur D. Voorhis

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ISBN: UCSD:31822008856221

Category: Electronic data processing

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Ten SOFAR floats were instrumented during the MODE field experiment to record pressure, temperature, and vertical water displacement during a four month drift. This report describes the acquisition and reduction of this data and then summarizes in graphical form some of the principal results.
Categories: Electronic data processing

Challenges and Innovations in Ocean In Situ Sensors

Challenges and Innovations in Ocean In Situ Sensors

The PROVOR float is a drifting float, developed by the French NKE company.4 Its
typical operational profile ... The float was programmed to achieve parking and
profiling depths of 500m for the specific needs of in situ demonstration. A1 was ...

Author: Eric Delory

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780128098875

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 408

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Challenges and Innovations in Ocean In-Situ Sensors: Measuring Inner Ocean Processes and Health in the Digital Age highlights collaborations of industry and academia in identifying the key challenges and solutions related to ocean observations. A new generation of sensors is presented that addresses the need for higher reliability (e.g. against biofouling), better integration on platforms in terms of size and communication, and data flow across domains (in-situ, space, etc.). Several developments are showcased using a broad diversity of measuring techniques and technologies. Chapters address different sensors and approaches for measurements, including applications, quality monitoring and initiatives that will guide the need for monitoring. Integrates information across key marine and maritime sectors and supports regional policy requirements on monitoring programs Offers tactics for enabling early detection and more effective monitoring of the marine environment and implementation of appropriate management actions Presents new technologies driving the next generation of sensors, allowing readers to understand new capabilities for monitoring and opportunities for another generation of sensors Includes a global vision for ocean monitoring that fosters a new perspective on the direction of ocean measurements
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Modeling Control and Bond Quality Verification for the In situ Thermoplastic Composite Tape laying Process

Modeling  Control  and Bond Quality Verification for the In situ Thermoplastic Composite Tape laying Process

... Low 8 bits of Channel 1 * / unsigned short outchl_high ; / * High 8 bits of
channel 1 * / int outputcho ; int outputchl ; float nominal_voltage = 118 ; float
foot_power ; float nip_power ; * End for CIO - DACO2 * / / * For closed - loop
control * / int ti ...

Author: Wei-Ching Sun

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00539993K

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In situ Concrete Industrial Hardstandings

In situ Concrete Industrial Hardstandings

Finishing involves the use of a hand - held float which is drawn across a freshly
laid slab to produce the correct level of surface laitance . The surface is then
treated with a stiff brush to produce skid resistance . Once finishing has taken
place ...

Author: John Knapton

Publisher: Thomas Telford

ISBN: 072772827X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 185

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This book presents the first single source of detailed guidance for designers, specifiers and constructors of in-situ concrete industrial hardstandings. Despite the fact that in-situ concrete is used commonly as the construction material of industrial hardstandings, little guidance is available to the designer. In the past, industrial hardstandings have been engineered by adapting the methods and materials used in highways and industrial ground supported floors, often leading to the inappropriate use of materials and construction methods.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

In Situ and Float

In Situ and Float

Every-day adventurer, Mark Barsdell, is training and working as a geologist in the 1970's when he comes upon opportunities to explore the far reaches of our planet.

Author: Mark Barsdell

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ISBN: 0994370032

Category: Nature

Page: 216

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Every-day adventurer, Mark Barsdell, is training and working as a geologist in the 1970's when he comes upon opportunities to explore the far reaches of our planet. Through expeditions, field trips and personal adventures, he traverses the most remote regions of Antarctica, the New Hebrides (Vanuatu) and the Arctic, as well as volcanic regions of New Zealand, North America, Mexico and Argentina. Keeping meticulous records of the environments in which he was immersed, his diaries offer a fascinating insight into regions less travelled. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live on an ice-island, become lost for days on an active volcano, share a tent with an elephant seal or play hopscotch over a pool of hot sulfuric acid? Mark's travels were at a time when true adventure was possible, and through his diaries we can follow his intrepid footsteps.
Categories: Nature

In Situ Industrial Applications of Optics

In Situ Industrial Applications of Optics

Optimisation of the cutting up of a strid of float glass G . De Clerck , G . Renard , J
. Smets , P . Stappaerts , s . A . Glaverbel Centre de Recherches de Jumet , B -
6040 , Jumet , Belgium Abstract A description is given of an installation which ...

Author: J. Ebbeni

Publisher: Society of Photo Optical

ISBN: UOM:39015012672302

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 110

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Categories: Technology & Engineering

Ammonite and Inoceramid Biostratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Chico Formation Tehama and Butte Counties California

Ammonite and Inoceramid Biostratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Chico Formation  Tehama and Butte Counties  California

M6627-21 in situ 66 m . M6627-20 in situ in calcareous concretion in silty
sandstone matrix 62 m . M6627-19 as float 55 m . M6627-15 as float 45 m .
M6627-14 in situ 42 m . M6627-13 as float 40 m . M6627-18 as float 39 m .
M6627-12 in situ ...

Author: James Walter Haggart

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:X15408

Category:

Page: 160

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Description and Field Test of an in Situ Coliform Monitoring System

Description and Field Test of an in Situ Coliform Monitoring System

The lid contains fittings that provide the connections for the vent and antenna line
leading to the float . The lid , the top , and the midsections are connected by
marman clamps . All mating surfaces contain O - ring seals . SYSTEM
OPERATION ...

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ISBN: NASA:31769000428154

Category:

Page: 37

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The TOPOGULF Experiment Lagrangian Data

The TOPOGULF Experiment Lagrangian Data

This would make the float rise by 30 to 40 dbar , which is much nearer the
observed variations . at For sake of clarity , here is the detailed calculation . In -
situ extreme T and S are ~ 8.4 ° C , 35.19 -3 -3 and ~ 11.3 ° C , 35.49
corresponding to ...

Author: Michel Ollitrault

Publisher: Ifremer

ISBN: UCSD:31822020620571

Category: Hydrology

Page: 622

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Categories: Hydrology

Development of Buoy mounted Oceanographic Sensors BMOS

Development of Buoy mounted Oceanographic Sensors  BMOS

30 weeks in situ 9-30-05 9-30-65 30 weeks in situ Float 21 ( Station F - N ; Depth
23 - Feet ) Float D1 ( Station F - X ; Depth 24 - Feet ) The ... Platinum Resistance
Thermometer Probe , Cupro- Nickel Bar , and Representative Floats .

Author: Bissett-Berman Corporation

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924005016443

Category: Oceanographic instruments

Page: 121

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Categories: Oceanographic instruments

Reports of the Proceedings

Reports of the Proceedings

Through this opening in the lift bar the rod of the discharge valve passes when
the float is in its separate chamber , and all the parts in situ ; and , the top of the
valve rod being furnished with a flat screw head or button , of larger diameter
than ...

Author: Royal Dublin Society

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D00651685S

Category: Science

Page: 364

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Categories: Science

Selected Water Resources Abstracts

Selected Water Resources Abstracts

Group 8C – Hydraulic Machinery Test methods and results of the various in situ
measurements are compared and evaluated . ( Bur of Reclam ) W77-00737
DESIGN LIMITS ON CRITICAL FLOAT EMERGENCE IN A TETHERED FLOAT ...

Author:

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ISBN: WISC:89062715586

Category: Water

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Australia 1 250 000 Geological Series

Australia 1 250 000 Geological Series

In situ / Float Grid reference Age Reference 1 2 3 ЗА 4 4A 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
28 NG 1878 28 NG 0044 28 NG 0093/4/5 28 NG 1891 28 NG 1890 28 NG 1872
28 NG 1874 28 NG 0116 28 NG 0105 28 NG 0106 28 NG 0104 28 NG 0103 28 ...

Author: Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3414881

Category: Geology

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Categories: Geology

Processing and Mechanical Properties of NiAl based In situ Composites

Processing and Mechanical Properties of NiAl based In situ Composites

STIME = FLOAT ( DAT ( 5,1 ) +12 ) GAIN = FLOAT ( DAT ( 1,1 ) ) / 100 . CONST =
GAIN ( FLOAT ( DAT ( 1,2 ) ) * 10.0 ) ERROR = DAT ( 1,3 ) -DAT ( 1,4 ) INTGRL ( I
) = INTGRL ( I ) + CONST * ERROR * STIME CO - GAIN * ERROR + INTGRL ( I ) ...

Author: David Ray Johnson

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ISBN: NASA:31769000698590

Category: Aeronautics

Page: 204

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"To meet the requirements of advancing technologies in the aerospace and other industries, materials are needed with application temperatures higher than those of the nickel-based superalloys currently in use. Intermetallics systems are being considered as candidate materials for advanced high temperature aerospace applications. In particular, the B2 compound NiAl is being extensively studied due to its superior oxidation resistance, high melting point, low density, and high thermal conductivity [1]. However, NiAl is brittle at room temperature and has poor elevated temperature strength, both of which render this material inadequate for structural applications. Reinforcing NiAl with second phases to form composite materials may eliminate these problems. One method for producing NiAl-based composites is by controlling the eutectic solidification process of NiAl based alloys. During eutectic growth, two or more solid phases form simultaneously from the liquid. Directional solidification of these eutectic alloys may produce in-situ composites, where one or more phases are aligned parallel to Ike growth direction. One advantage of producing in-situ composites by directional solidification is that the phases are thermodynamically stable even up to the melting point. A disadvantage is that alloy compositions are limited by the appropriate phase equilibria needed for eutectic growth. Unfortunately, the eutectic compositions for many systems of interest are unknown."--Page 2.
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Bulletin Geological Survey of Canada

Bulletin   Geological Survey of Canada

Upper Sinemurian . Locality 4 Lower fossil bed . ( GSC loc . 25763 )
Arctoasteroceras jeletzkyi n . gen . et n . sp . , gastropods , pelecypods . Upper
Sinemurian . Locality 5 Float , not in situ . Float , not in situ . Lower fossil bed .
Lower fossil bed .

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ISBN: MINN:31951000642212M

Category: Geology

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Categories: Geology

Insitu Determination of Hydraulic Conductivity in the Vadose Zone Using Borehole Infiltration Tests

Insitu Determination of Hydraulic Conductivity in the Vadose Zone Using Borehole Infiltration Tests

For the experiments conducted , a carburetor float valve was placed down the
packer standpipe and the flow from a calibrated barrel was recorded . For the
packer as designed , the flow rate is recorded as follows : With the packed to ...

Author: Daniel B. Stephens

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ISBN: UCR:31210018952463

Category: Boring

Page: 140

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Categories: Boring

Report of the Department of Mines for the Year

Report of the Department of Mines for the Year

Erosion terraces are not exposed , being veneered by more recent sand and
colluvium , with remnants of marine deposits indicated by shell float on both
benches . The only in situ coral located was about 1 m elevation ( Fig . 18 ,
Section A ) .

Author: Western Australia. Department of Mines

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:C2906074

Category: Mines and mineral resources

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Categories: Mines and mineral resources

Annual Report

Annual Report

Erosion terraces are not exposed , being veneered by more recent sand and
colluvium , with remnants of marine deposits indicated by shell float on both
benches . The only in situ coral located was about 1 m elevation ( Fig . 18 ,
Section A ) .

Author: Geological Survey of Western Australia

Publisher:

ISBN: CHI:098655920

Category: Geology

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Report

Report

Erosion terraces are not exposed , being veneered by more recent sand and
colluvium , with remnants of marine deposits indicated by shell float on both
benches . The only in situ coral located was about 1 m elevation ( Fig . 18 ,
Section A ) .

Author: Geological Survey of Western Australia

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435071516504

Category: Geology

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Microstructure and Internal Wave Measurements from a Midwater Float

Microstructure and Internal Wave Measurements from a Midwater Float

... Midwater Float Successful ballasting requires ( i ) accurate knowledge of the
on - deck capsule density and ( ii ) careful accounting for the compressibility and
thermal contraction of the capsule so that her in situ density matches that of the ...

Author: Gordon Oliver Williams

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822002227684

Category: Internal waves

Page: 136

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Categories: Internal waves