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  • Sozer, Ethem Mutlu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2005)
    Acoustic communications is an important part of underwater research. The mass amount of data collected by sub-sea devices can be made available to the scientific community in real-time with the utilization of acoustic modems.
  • Paris, James; Remscrim, Zachary N.; Douglas, Keith; Leeb, Steven B.; Cox, Robert W.; Galvin, Scott T.; Coe, Steven G.; Haag, Jennifer R.; Goshorn, J. Andrew (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2009)
    The non-intrusive load monitor has been demonstrated as an effective tool for evaluating and monitoring shipboard electro-mechanical systems through analysis of electrical power data. A key advantage of the non-intrusive ...
  • Triantafyllou, Michael S. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2011)
    The future of naval engineering in the 21st century will be shaped by novel and emerging technologies that will not only provide unprecedented capabilities but also require radical rethinking of naval ship and vehicle ...
  • Pederson, Judith (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2009)
    Preliminary report of the MITSG Autonomous Underwater Vehicle cruise to Georges Bank on July 8-21 of 2008. The purpose of this cruise was to test the efficacy of an acoustic sensor in identifying the distribution of an ...
  • Babaee, Hessam (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2014)
    A Thermal management simulation tool is required to rapidly and accurately evaluates and mitigates the adverse effects of increased heat loads in the initial stages of design in all electric ships. By reducing the dimension ...
  • Dassuncao, Clifton (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2009-05)
    Aquatic invasions of nonindigenous species have increased dramatically due to the globalization of consumer goods, which relies on shipping to connect once isolated marine environments (Bright 1999, Barbier and Shogren ...
  • Lang, Jeffrey H.; Hover, Franz S.; Triantafyllou, Michael S. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2009)
    Inspired by the lateral-line organ in fish, the ultimate objective of this project continues to be the development of a passive system for AUVs that can detect, classify and locate underwater objects. The lateral line ...
  • Licht, Stephen Carl; Wibawa, Martin; Hover, Franz S.; Triantafyllou, Michael S. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2009)
    The development of amphibious robots requires actuation that enables them to crawl as well as swim; sea turtles are excellent examples of amphibious functionality, that can serve as the biomimetic model for the development ...
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