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Volume 198, 20202020 10th Chinese Geosynthetics Conference & International Symposium on Civil Engineering and Geosynthetics (ISCEG 2020)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Exploration and Innovation of Construction Engineering Technology|
|Published online||26 October 2020|
Research on Correction Methods of Errors in Multi-beam Sounding Resulted from Water Flow
Department of surveying and mapping, Shandong University of Science and Technology, Qingdao, Shandong, 266000, China
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The multi-beam sounding system combines multi-beam bathymetry and integrated navigation technology, which can obtain underwater topography data quickly and accurately, it has become the most important way of marine investigation. Therefore, it is urgent for improving the accuracy of sounding system in the detection industry. During the study of multi-beam error processing, the installation error coefficient of transducer installation will be corrected, but all the time, the transducer mounting bracket is regarded would be corrected. However, the transducer mounting bracket has been regarded as a rigid body in the correction for a long time. In this paper, the transducer bracket is regarded as a non-rigid body, and the reversible elastic deformation of transducer bracket occurs due to the impact of water flow. With the change of ship speed and water flow velocity, the degree of elastic deformation is also time-varying. The elastic deformation of bracket leads to the deflection of transducer shafting, which can not be corrected when correcting the installation deviation, so that leading to the influence of this error in final sounding results. This paper aims at the fact of deformation of multi-beam bracket caused by the water flow velocity, ship speed etc., leading to the deflection of transducer relative to the deviation of inertial navigation system shafting and resulting in attitude deviation which affect accuracy of result is researched.
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