The exploration technologies of Arctic resources require the results of fundamental studies dedicated to the structure and composition of the sea crust of both shelf and deep-water ice-covered Arctic waters. This article deals with the features of using a surface-type mobile laser strainmeter for solving similar problems. The results of an experiment for determining the speed characteristics of waves generated with a low-frequency hydroacoustic radiator that creates harmonic and complex phase-manipulated signals in water are described.


Разработка: студия Green Art