Friday, 8 April 2016

NIOZ Flume

Mimic jellyfish in the flume at NIOZ ready for some profiling to examine the effects of jellyfish carcasses on fluid dynamics.  
Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter collected data on the flow velocities around a mimic jellyfish 
Flow velocities are being measured around mimic jellyfish in the NIOZ flume to determine the effect of the fall of jellyfish carcasses on the benthic environment.  Our aim is to create flow conditions similar to those found in the deep fjords of Norway inside the flume (slow flows between 2 and 10 cm per second).

The Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter (ADV) is on a robotic arm that allows velocity profiles to be made all around and above the jellyfish carcass.  

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