Changes between Version 120 and Version 121 of WikiStart


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Oct 2, 2016, 3:04:13 PM (4 years ago)
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    142142fixstr1_2609a: The main goal was to investigate if the concentration of the gravity current, inlet box and tank D were equal (19 kg/m3). The traverse sent one TTL signal to the ADV and didn’t send a return signal so only one measurement at one point was made by the ADVs (all ADVs collected data simultaneously). On the middle ADV (!#2) wrapping occurred which indicates that velocity needs to be increased to 0.6 m/s. UVP files showed a fair amount of noise in the data which requires further investigation. We waited about 7:20 minutes for the flow rate to reach a constant value. One person took 6 samples (every 3 minutes, starting at t = 0) from the mixing tank on the third floor which contained the salt water mixture coming from tank D. A second person took 6 samples (every 3 minutes, starting at t = 0) from the inlet box at the upstream end of the channel. A third person took 3 sets of 12 siphon samples every 5 minutes (starting at t = 0, duration = 1 min).
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    144 !GoPros were installed at three positions as follows: Position 1 - On top of inlet box looking downstream. Position 2 - Inside inlet box focused on inflow pipe. Position 3 - straight section of channel, looking cross-channel.
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    146 Density measurements of the samples showed that the density in the mixing tank on the third floor and tank D were equal (19 km/m3). However, there was a major decrease of density in the inlet box (max density = 14.8 kg/m3). Density of inlet box needs further investigation.
     144!GoPros were installed at three positions as follows: Position 1 - On top of inlet box looking downstream. Position 2 - Inside inlet box focused on inflow pipe. Position 3 - straight section of channel, looking cross-channel. Density measurements of the samples showed that the density in the mixing tank on the third floor and tank D were equal (19 km/m3). However, there was a major decrease of density in the inlet box (max density = 14.8 kg/m3). Density of inlet box needs further investigation.
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    148146fixstr1_2609b: Goal was to determine flushing characteristics of the inlet box, and how long it takes to reach steady-state density conditions. Running basal ADV at 5 positions in the bottom cross section only at traverse positions y = 0.016, 0.116, 0.216, 0.316 and 0.416 m (with 5 repetitions).  !GoPro cameras were mounted at three different positions (Position 1 - Outside rotating tank focused on channel outflow looking upstream. Position 2 - above tank, looking down, focused on bends. Position 3 - straight section of channel, looking cross-channel).  Dye was released to visualize the flow. One set of 12 siphon samples (duration = 1 min) was taken 5 minutes after flow rate stabilized.