ALFA Field Testing of a Dual Sonar System for Detecting Woody Debris

Abstract

Field testing of a dual sonar system for detecting woody debris in natural settings was conducted at the Tanana River Test Site (TRTS) in Nenana, AK between 8/26 and 9/23, 2015. The TRTS is approximately 65 miles south of Fairbanks and is well suited for testing hydrokinetic energy generation technologies and environmental monitoring technologies such as the dual sonar system used here in realistic settings.

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DOE Project Name: Advanced Laboratory and Field Arrays (ALFA) for Marine Energy
DOE Project Number: EE0006816
DOE Project Lead: Alison LaBonte
DOI: 10.15473/1863385
Last Updated: a month ago
Apr
2022
Data from April, 2022
Submitted Apr 12, 2022

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University of Alaska Fairbanks


907.888.2140

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Authors

Jeremy Kasper
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Keywords

MHK, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, Riverine, TRTS, Nenana, Alaska, Sonar, Debris, Blueview, Simrad, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Acoustics, RDDP, raw data, data, Fairbanks

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