During this semester's work term I have prepared two data acquisition systems for the facilities at the Institute for Marine Dynamics. These two systems include a 64-channel system for the Offshore Engineering Basin (OEB) and a 32-channel system for use at the Cavitation Tunnel. This report documents the stages of preparation required to set up, test and install these new pieces of hardware. Teh assembly, modifications, and teting procedures documented herein were carried out between January 2, 2001 and April 27, 2001.
National Research Council of Canada. Institute for Marine Dynamics
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Laboratory Memorandum (National Research Council of Canada. Institute for Marine Dynamics), no. LM-2001-01 (2001).