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Electric hybrid airship with unlimited flight time
This paper examines the possibility of using photoelectric energy conversion during creation of electric unmanned aerial vehicles of a hybrid type. These vehicles should operate at altitudes up to 22,000 m and have an unregulated flight time. The problems arising during creation of such devices are...
Data from: Seeds in motion: genetic assignment and hydrodynamic models demonstrate concordant patterns of seagrass dispersal
Movement is fundamental to the ecology and evolutionary dynamics within species. Understanding movement through seed dispersal in the marine environment can be difficult due to the high spatial and temporal variability of ocean currents. We employed a mutually enriching approach of population geneti...
Data for: Research on windage losses of smooth rotor supported by active magnetic bearings in a vacuum chamber
The experimental apparatus, conditions and procedures are described in the paper. “rundown data” is measured speed data during deceleration in different pressure.
Modelling a cage mooring system with pull-back chains for industrial aquaculture
This paper discusses the technical aspects of modeling the cage retention system for industrial fish farming in a pond using pull chains. The purpose of this work: substantiation of the parameters of the holding ropes, the length of the chains and the required mass of the anchors by calculating the...
Clustering analysis of the Sargassum transport process: application to stranding prediction in the Lesser Antilles
Abstract. The massive Sargassum algae strandings observed over the past decade are the new natural hazard that currently impacts the island states of the Caribbean region (human health, environmental damages, and economic losses). This study aims to improve the prediction of the surface current dyna...
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Marine Debris Pathway Across Indonesian Boundary Seas
The complex circulation for both atmospheric and ocean affects the pathways of floating marine debris (MD). The aim of this research was to define the MD trajectories in the Indonesian boundary seas. The Lagrangian particle method was applied with oceanographic factors and debris classes based on 1...
DEVELOPMENT OF AN APPLICATION TO TRACK MISSING PERSONS AT SEA
International audience Particle-tracking models can simulate the drift of floating objects in the ocean, and provide a valuable tool for search and rescue operations at sea. The choice of model parameters has a big impact on the prediction, and can greatly affect the success of the search and rescue...
Clustering analysis of the Sargassum transport process: application to beaching prediction in the Lesser Antilles
The massive Sargassum algae beachings observed over the past decade are a new natural hazard currently impacting the island states of the Caribbean region (human health, environmental damages, and economic losses). This study aims to improve the prediction of the surface current dynamic leading to b...
Surface drifters in the German Bight: model validation considering windage and Stokes drift
Six surface drifters (drogued at about 1 m depth) deployed in the inner German Bight (North Sea) were tracked for between 9 and 54 days. Corresponding simulations were conducted offline based on surface currents from two independent models (BSHcmod and TRIM). Inclusion of a direct wind drag (0.6 % o...