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June 8, 2018

Sensors Switched-out at the Bourne Tidal Test Site

Two Nortek Signature 500 acoustic doppler current profilers (ADCP) at the Bourne Tidal Test Site have been removed and replaced with new, freshly charged Signature 1000 systems.

The data that is being collected is part of the research being conducted by Soroush Kouhi a PhD candidate at the University of Rhode Island (URI). He and his team of students are working out the details of how best to measure and characterize the water flow resource at tidal turbine sites. The Bourne Tidal Test Site is a great place to learn about how to deploy, calibrate and manage these sensors in the turbulent waters of the Cape Cod Canal.

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