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Design and implementation of a new autonomous sensor fish to support advanced
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Acceleration in development of additional conventional hydropower requires tools and
methods to perform laboratory and in-field validation of turbine performance and fish
passage claims. The new-generation Sensor Fish has been developed with more capabilities
to accommodate a wider range of users over a broader range of turbine designs and
operating environments. It provides in situ
(3D) linear accelerations,
3D rotational velocities, 3D orientation,
pressure, and temperature at a sampling frequency of 2048 Hz. It also has an automatic
floatation system and built-in radio-frequency transmitter for recovery. The relative
errors of the pressure,
acceleration, and rotational velocity were within ±2%, ±5%, and
±5%, respectively. The accuracy of orientation was within ±4° and accuracy of temperature
was ±2 °C. The new-generation Sensor Fish is becoming a major technology and being
deployed for evaluating the conditions for fish passage of turbines or other hydraulic
structures in both the United States and several other countries.
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