We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byParker Boone
Modified over 2 years ago
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © GENERAL ACOUSTICS GmbH, Germany Phone: 0049 431 5 80 81 80 www.generalacoustics.com Info@generalacoustics.com DSLP ® - Service Approved Innovation for Highly Precise Detection of Sediment Layers, Embedded Objects and Sediment Transport Processes
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © DSLP ® Services and tailor made solutions
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © DSLP ® - Service with 12 x 3,7 KHz transducer Subsoil Exloration Baltic Sea, penetration 90 meters
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © DSLP-Services: tailor made solutions Technology highly accurate detection of water depths, sediment layers, subsoils and objects on the basis of sound Innovation/ Unique selling proposition high sensitive detection of layers and targets via detection of inner structure changes without the need of impedance/density strong gradients acoustical classification and tracking of layers high detection probability of embedded objects Applications hydrographic surveying and subsoil exploration at rivers, lakes, harbours, reservoirs, offshore exploration of resources (e. g. sand) offshore subsoil exploration, pipeline/cable tracking, object finding tailor made solutions References Expert reports confirm lastingly the technical superiority 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005 won comparison test against 5 competitors (2004) References: E.ON Energy Group, Hamburg Port Authority, Ruhrverband-River Basin Management (GER), MODs
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © DSLP ® Services – Applications Subsoil Investigation : Sediment Transport : Object Detection: Hydrographic Surveying : - Survey of sediment layers and soils (geological units) - Allocation of subsoil parameters - Generation of a geological model - Determination of erosion/sedimentation areas - Near bottom survey of erosion and sedimentation processes - Highly precise bathymety - Detection of surface sediments - Detection of scour (local change of depth) - Detection of even embedded objects (foundlings, rockfields, pipelines, cables, bombs, etc.) - cable and pipeline tracking and thickness of overlying sediment
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © DSLP ® Services by its Specifications: Penetration in Sediment: Up to 100 m (depending on water depth and material) Frequencies: 3,5 kHz – 200 kHz (typical 3°; side lope dumping 40 dB) Resolution: < 1 mm Ping rate: up to 10 Hz Accuracy: < 3 cm (independent from environment‘s conditions) Gain: TGV / AutoGain Inputs: DGPS (RTK), PPS, HRP, Soundvelocity probes Outputs: digital multi purpose data as input for all common GIS, coordinate trafo for local systems Water Depth: 1,5 m – 500 m (deeper on request) Power: up to 5 KW
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © 3D-Section of an Sub-Soil-Exploration
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Depth m MSN Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Layer 5 Layer 6 Object Detection, Baltic Sea X X X X X X X X X X X Objects X< 0.5m X < 1m X > 1m X > 2m Core B2 (12/04)
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © DSLP ® Services: Geological Survey Example: River Havel, Germany
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Cross Section, Basin Heimbach Checked by Technical University Aachen (RWTH), Germany Survey example displays the very high accuracy and the reproducibility of DSLP ® layer profiling 20 cm Fluid-Solid Interface 5 m Susp 1: Suspension 1: dry density = 0,00 kg/l Susp 2: Suspension 2: dry density = 0,15 – 0,25 kg/l Solid 1: Sediment 1: dry density = 0,25 – 0,5 kg/l Solid 2: Sediment 2: dry density = 0,5 – 1,1 kg/l Solid 3: Sediment 3: dry density >1,1 kg/l Solid 4: Basement Allocation of dry densityCore sample
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Profil line Bathymetry Profile line DSLP Services:
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Layer Model at the Waltershofer Hafen
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Overview of the 4th Sediment Layer Scrap loading Former Dock Area Centre profile The Port of Hamburg Example shows the thickness distribution of a special sediment type 1 - 6 m below recent bottom
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Transect of Roßhafen: Port of Hamburg Dumped sediment in former dock area
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Former Dock Area, Hachmannkai: Hamburg Former dock area 4 - 6 m below recent bottom
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Object Detection, Port of Hamburg Detection of embedded objects (position, depth, dimension)
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © Chosen References LOG_aDSLP® Port Authority of Hamburg (GER), Rotterdam (NL), Wilhelmshaven (GER) and Emden (GER) Federal Authority of Waterway Maintenance in Hamburg (GER), Brunsbüttel (GER), Stralsund (GER), Emden (GER) and Berlin (GER) University of Kiel (GER), Hannover (GER), Aachen (GER), Stuttgart (GER) Germanic Lloyd, Offshore and Industrial Services, Hamburg (GER) Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management, Hamburg (GER) Federal Waterway Engineering and Research Institute, Koblenz (GER) The Ruhrverband - River Basin Management, Essen (GER) Environment Protection Agency Hamburg (GER) E.ON Energy Group Düsseldorf/Munich, (GER) Rijkswaterstaat: Ministry of Transport + Watermanagement, (NL)
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © GENERAL ACOUSTICS GmbH, Germany Phone: LOG_aDSLP ® Approved.
GENERAL ACOUSTICS GmbH
© 2006 GENERAL ACOUSTICS GmbH Your Creative and Innovative Technology Company since 1996 SUBPRO Sub-Bottom Profiler High Resolution at Good Penetration.
GENERAL ACOUSTICS © UltraLab ® ULS-Series Sensing of Water Level and Waves Remote Sensing Technology based on Superior Ultrasound Measurement GENERAL ACOUSTICS.
© 2008 GENERAL ACOUSTICS GmbH Your Creative and Innovative Technology Company since 1996 SUBPRO Sub-Bottom Profiler High Resolution at Good Penetration.
UltraLab®-Series Sensing of Water Level, Waves and Bottom Contours
Marine Geophysical Instrument
The Measurement of Bed Load Sediment Transport in Rivers and Estuaries using Stationary and Moving ADCP Methods (using workhorse, channel master and stream.
SAN DIEGO 16/11/2010 Contact: Philippe Plantevin - Website : Tél. +33 (0)4.
RITEC MEDARS MULTIPLE EMAT DRIVER AND RECEIVER SYSTEM Your Logo Here Drive Phased Arrays of EMATs at high powers.
National Consultation with TNMC 3 May 2005, Bangkok WUP-FIN Phase II – Bank erosion study.
Scenarios 1.Tidal influence 2.Extreme storm surge (wave overtopping, max. limit 200 l/s/m, period 2 h) Outlook calibration and validation of 3D model transfer.
Geology 5660/6660 Applied Geophysics 26 Feb 2016 © A.R. Lowry 2016 For Mon 29 Feb: Burger (§8.4) Last Time: Industry Seismic Interpretation Seismic.
Effects of a Suspended Bottom Boundary Layer on Sonar Propagation Michael Cornelius June 2004.
The Integration of Model Results and GIS via the Marine Data Model.
Leading manufacturer of hydrographic survey equipment and systems
Geology 5660/6660 Applied Geophysics 26 Feb 2014 © A.R. Lowry 2014 For Fri 28 Feb: Burger (§8.4–8.5) Last Time: Industry Seismic Interpretation.
Bathy 2010 TM CHIRP Sub-bottom Profiler. Bathy 2010 Overview The Bathy 2010 TM is a high- resolution CHIRP Sub-Bottom Profiler capable of delivering 4cm.
Lidar Bathymetry – Technology and applications Oct 24rd, Netanya, Israel Anders Ekelund Managing Director Airborne Hydrography AB.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.