"Muu" projekt VEU642
VEU642 "Kalapääsude hindamine kasutades robotkala sensorit ja digitaalpilditöötlust (1.04.2014−31.03.2017)", Maarja Kruusmaa, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Infotehnoloogia teaduskond, Biorobootika keskus.
VEU642
Kalapääsude hindamine kasutades robotkala sensorit ja digitaalpilditöötlust
Assessing fish passibility using a robotic fish sensor and hydrodynamic imaging
Assessing fish passibility using a robotic fish sensor and hydrodynamic imaging
1.04.2014
31.03.2017
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Muu
ValdkondAlamvaldkondCERCS erialaFrascati Manual’i erialaProtsent
4. Loodusteadused ja tehnika4.7. Info- ja kommunikatsioonitehnoloogiaT180 Telekommunikatsioonitehnoloogia 2.2. Elektroenergeetika, elektroonika (elektroenergeetika, elektroonika, sidetehnika, arvutitehnika ja teised seotud teadused)70,0
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.8. Keskkonnaseisundit ja keskkonnakaitset hõlmavad uuringudT270 Keskkonnatehnoloogia, reostuskontroll1.4. Maateadused ja sellega seotud keskkonnateadused (geoloogia, geofüüsika, mineroloogia, füüsiline geograafia ning teised geoteadused, meteoroloogia ja ning teised atmosfääriteadused, klimatoloogia, okeanograafia, vulkanoloogia, paleoökoloogia30,0
AsutusRiikTüüp
Euroopa Komisjon,
PerioodSumma
01.04.2014−31.03.201795 400,00 EUR
95 400,00 EUR
välisleping, BONUS programm

Possibility of spawning fish from lowland rivers to tidal estuaries presents a major challenge to the establishement of sustainable fish populations in the Baltic Sea. Although it is well-known that the vast majority of existing fish passes are at best partially functional, there remain few scientifically objective methods to investigate their complex flows. Metrics focusing solely on only the local hydraulic conditions in and around the fish passes are often missing the ""big picture."" The main goal of this work is to provide a robust methodology which combines both the recent developments in biomimetic sensor technology and hydrodynamic imaging data in order to improve fish passibilty in tributaries to the Baltic Sea. In order to compare functioning and non-functioning passes, the use of a biomimetic fish robot which experiences the flow via a lateral line sensor can greatly improve both the quantity and quality of information gained. Correlating the results of the local flow field measurements and global sensing information with functional and non-functional passes is expected to provide a state-of-the-art analysis of these complex structures in concert with changing environmental conditions.
Possibility of spawning fish from lowland rivers to tidal estuaries presents a major challenge to the establishement of sustainable fish populations in the Baltic Sea. Although it is well-known that the vast majority of existing fish passes are at best partially functional, there remain few scientifically objective methods to investigate their complex flows. Metrics focusing solely on only the local hydraulic conditions in and around the fish passes are often missing the ""big picture."" The main goal of this work is to provide a robust methodology which combines both the recent developments in biomimetic sensor technology and hydrodynamic imaging data in order to improve fish passibilty in tributaries to the Baltic Sea. In order to compare functioning and non-functioning passes, the use of a biomimetic fish robot which experiences the flow via a lateral line sensor can greatly improve both the quantity and quality of information gained. Correlating the results of the local flow field measurements and global sensing information with functional and non-functional passes is expected to provide a state-of-the-art analysis of these complex structures in concert with changing environmental conditions.
TegevusProtsent
Alusuuring50,0
Rakendusuuring50,0