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When you live under the sea, accommodations are tight, but the view is nice. See where Roane State faculty Bruce Cantrell and Jessica Fain will live and teach while staying underwater for 73 days. While in this habitat -- it's the size of a dorm room -- they will host a weekly lecture series and teach a college-level course.
Oceaneering Space Systems (OSS) is a subcontractor at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL), aka the big pool. We perform underwater testing for the oil & gas industry to help mitigate risks for your Subsea applications. The facility is available for your underwater testing needs with a fully integrated Millennium Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) resident at the facility. There is no other facility like this in the world. Watch the video and visit our website for more details: http://www.oceaneering.com/nbl/ Share this Video: http://youtu.be/9IVKVg9lyU0
Oilgear's subsea hydraulic control (BOP, ROV, pod) test stand at its R&D facility in Traverse City, Michigan. Fall 2015 testing of Oilgear variable-displacement, axial-piston pumps, directional control valves (SPM), and ultra-duty accumulators at the former Olmsted Products laboratory.
The Dash™EH control system is a key safety technology designed to work in conjunction with Veto™, Halliburton's premier 15,000 PSI subsea safety system. DashEH provides a rapid, dual-barrier well shut-in and landing string disconnect with no excess complexity. To learn more: http://bit.ly/1iSFEDh © 2014 Halliburton. All Rights Reserved.
Advanced computing technology allows TechnipFMC to process complex subsea riser configurations with minimal processing time. This impressive technology has attracted clients from around the world who are turning to TechnipFMC to develop the most robust riser designs possible using their optimal configurations.
DiamondWrap® SubSea™ is the premier carbon fiber wrap system used to rehabilitate and restore original operational strength to damaged, corroded and eroded underwater piping systems. DiamondWrap® SubSea™ is engineered to provide strength that enables a submerged pipe to be restored to maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) without shutting down. The system is comprised of the three components, each thoroughly and independently tested at both the university and international laboratory level. The first component is an epoxy primer, which ensures complete bonding and load transfer between the repair and the substrate. The second component and most unique feature of the DiamondWrap® SubSea™ system, is its selection of bi-directional woven carbon-fiber materials, which provides reinforcem...
Subsea Housing being milled.
See more from the AT&T Archives at http://techchannel.att.com/archives SCARABs, or "Submersible Crafts Assisting Repair and Burial" were small submarines that initially were built to plow and lay telecommunications cables under the ocean. However, during the 1970s, Bell Laboratories decided to rebuild their SCARABs into underwater robots—robots with a much greater range of tasks to perform. SCARAB I and II were rebuilt at the Holmdel branch of Bell Laboratories from 1977 to 1981. They were deployed in different cable laying ships as their normal routine. However, their moment in the sun—and the moment that prompted the making of this video, SCARAB: Proves Quality at Great Depths—was the subs' use in search and recovery for the crash of Air India Flight 182, which was caused by terrorist ...
SINGAPORE: The new S$75 million Keppel-NUS Corporate Laboratory was launched in Singapore on Monday. One of its research aims is to develop technological solutions to meet the challenges of oil and gas exploration and production in harsh environments like the Arctic. It is the second corporate laboratory launched under a scheme by the National Research Foundation to enhance collaboration between universities and industries. The first - the Rolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Lab - was launched in July 2013. The Keppel-NUS Corporate Lab is the first involving a local company. The Arctic is rich in petroleum and mineral resources. But it is also a harsh environment where temperatures can dip to as low as minus 60 degrees. Getting to these resources is a challenge that can hopefully be overcome th...
Savante's underwater subsea laser scanner herein is being used to create a 3D model of a test plate with a number of bad welds laid down on it. This candidate piece was used to secure an inspection campaign in the gulf of mexico. We have combined the topographic scanning capabilities of laser scanning with the wall thickness measurement capability of Ultrasonic thickness testing at 9Mhz. For more information, please visit our website at www.savante.co.uk
A small prototype made in a week at TAG Lab in Montreal as part of an exploratory game creation program called Critical Hit. Subsea is a small musical game played using a midi controller with 16 pads and a knob. Steer yourself through a milky protoplasm. Wake the quiet creatures to create a dynamic soundscape. Game page: http://tmblr.co/ZBn6Ov1JwpztH
The technical elements that make Portunus an economically viable and secure offshore port that can meet Safe Port Act requirements. The ports handle containerized and bulk freight as well as address the transoceanic private craft threats involving weapons of mass destruction, human trafficking and drug interdiction.
We had the opportunity to showcase our latest optical, wireless, imaging, and acoustic technology alongside OneSubsea and Saab at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL). NASA's NBL is an underwater training facility used to prepare astronauts for the micro-gravity conditions they will experience in space. At 202 feet long, 101 feet wide and 40 feet deep, and holding 6.2 million gallons of water, the pool is the largest indoor body of water in the world and contains a full size replica of the International Space Station (ISS). Around the pool, we deployed acoustic data telemetry, sonar imaging and optical communications technologies to simulate some of the typical remote inspection and intervention scenarios its low risk technology can be utilised for. 6G sensor nodes suspended mid-water wer...
Overview of lab environment About WFS WFS Technologies Ltd is a global leader in subsea wireless instrumentation and control solutions for the Offshore Oil and Gas, Renewables, Environmental, Defense and Consumer industries. WFS Technologies Ltd 7 Houston Interchange Business Park Livingston EH54 5DW Phone: +44(0)845 862 6600 http://www.wfs-tech.com/
The Advanced Perforating Flow Laboratory at Halliburton's Jet Research Center is an industry leader in perforating system research, development and test programs. Schedule your visit today: http://bit.ly/VKHHva. For more than ten years, we have conducted tests tailored specifically for your needs to help you better understand actual downhole conditions and perforating system performance. To meet your developing challenges, Halliburton has expanded the lab with leading-edge vessels and technologies. These vessels will provide you with the most accurate information possible today regarding the effects of perforations in different formations and in different environments. This facility gets you as close to the real world as you can get in a laboratory setting. Learn more: http://www.hallib...
This video is of a checkerboard that are being placed at 70 meters depth to do a stereo camera calibration. In the movie you will se how we got the checkerboard down to the the sea bottom and up again.
The VENUS undersea laboratory, off the coast of British Columbia, is helping scientists study a seasonal dead zone in Saanich Inlet off the coast of Vancouver Island. Underwater monitoring instruments, linked to onshore labs by optical-fibre cable, provide continuous real-time data that shows how changes in the levels of dissolved oxygen in ocean water affect marine life—a case study that sheds light on other dead zones around the world. http://nature.ca