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Volume 194, 20202020 5th International Conference on Advances in Energy and Environment Research (ICAEER 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Energy Engineering and Energy Development and Utilization|
|Published online||15 October 2020|
Acoustic Evaluation of Fishery Resources in Seawater Reservoir and Water-Intake Open Channel of Taishan Nuclear Power Plant
1 Su Zhou Nuclear Power Research Institute, Suzhou 215004, China
2 Dalian Ocean University, College of Marine Sciences, Dalian 116021, China
* MENG Wei: email@example.com
The CGN Taishan NPP seawater storage is a land-sealed type and is connected to the open water intake channel of Dajin Island in the open sea through a subsea tunnel. Due to the impact of large-scale facility aquaculture in the nearby seas, fish spawning grounds have been formed in this area, and fish breeds faster. A large number of fish have impacted on safe operation of nuclear power. In response to this situation, this study conducted acoustic navigation surveys of fish resources in most waters of the “Sea Reservoir” and “Water intake channel”, using broadband scientific fish finder system (EK80, 120kHz, 200kHz) produced by Norwegian Simrad Company. Evaluation of acoustic resources using echo integration method. The survey scope of seawater storage in this survey is from the entrance to the first barrier (around a distance of 760m) and from the first barrier to a second barrier (around a distance of 220m); the survey distance of the water intake channel is about 1460m. From the echo image, it can be found that the zooplankton in the sea reservoir is much smaller than the water intake channel, and the fish size of the water intake channel is much larger than that of the sea channel.Acoustic data was processed and analyzed using Echoview software to calculate the average SV and detect the strength of the single target. The results show that in the survey area of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant Hai Reservoir, the total number of fish is about 1.38 million, the total weight is about 13.6 tons, and the fish with a body length of less than 20cm is the majority, and there are fewer large-sized fish; The total resources in the survey area is about 47 tons, with a total number of 27 million, and has a high density.
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