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Soviet journal of physical oceanography

, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp 225–230 | Cite as

Proper movement of a current meter mounted on a suspended drift station

  • V. I. Remchukov
Automation of Research on Seas and Oceans

Abstract

In situ observations of the movement of a current meter attached to a long cable system of a drifting research vessel are discussed. A method is suggested which allows the cable configuration to be restored using measurement data on tangent orientation with respect to the given points. The compiled data indicate that the elements of the cable system shift by dozens of metres with a speed of the order of tens of cm per second. These shifts account for about 90% of the estimated value of current velocity energy pulsations in the frequency band corresponding to the proper frequency oscillations of the current meter and of the vessel's roll and-and-pitch motions.

Keywords

Climate Change Frequency Band Measurement Data Energy Pulsation Environmental Physic 
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