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Advancements in passive acoustic monitoring: A framework for automated tracking of marine mammalsWatanabe 112 2505 Correa Rd, Honolulu
Dr. Pina Gruden Acoustics Researcher Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research and Department of Ocean Resources Engineering University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Location Information **This seminar will be held both in person (Watanabe Hall 112) and over Zoom** Meeting ID: 961 6222 2366 Passcode: OREseminar https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/96162222366 Passive acoustic monitoring (PAM) is an efficient tool for studying acoustically active sources such as marine mammals. Using a variety of sensors and array configurations, PAM can provide insights into species identity, movements, behaviors and abundance of populations, and is thus an invaluable tool for assessing and monitoring populations. With the advancement of
MS Plan B Defense: Using Differential Pressure sensor arrays to identify wake structures created by a heaving and pitching foilzoom See link in announcement
Gary Glass Master’s Student Department of Ocean and Resources Engineering University of Hawai’i at Mānoa This defense will be held via zoom Meeting ID: 936 1860 0974 Passcode: GaryMS https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/93618600974 Inspired by the lateral line sensory system of fish, sensor arrays distributed over the surface of underwater vehicles can be used to sense the fluid surroundings. While previous studies have used such a system to compensate for fluid forces acting on a vehicle, here the goal is to use the distributed pressure sensors to detect nearby fin wake patterns, as is done by schooling fish. This study aims to design
The effect of water wave conditions and geometrical parameters of a fixed Oscillating Water Column Wave Energy Converter on its hydrodynamic performanceWatanabe 112 2505 Correa Rd, Honolulu
Dr. Ayrton Alfonso Medina Rodriguez Postdoctoral Researcher Applied Research Laboratory and Department of Ocean and Resources Engineering University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Location Information **This seminar will be held both in person (Watanabe Hall 112) and over Zoom** Meeting ID: 961 6222 2366 Passcode: OREseminar https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/96162222366 In order to achieve maximum pneumatic power in an Oscillating Water Column (OWC) device, it is crucial for the chamber to operate as close to the resonance condition as possible. This means that the frequency of the incident wave must match the resonant frequency of the converter. This resonant frequency is influenced not only