Graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1982), specialization "radio electronic devices".
Chief Project Engineer of the Experimental Design Bureau of Oceanological Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
New methods and technologies
Section editor – PhD in geology and mineralogy Prischepa O.M.
|Article # 25_2010||submitted on 05/21/2010 displayed on website on 05/31/2010|
|9 p.||Levchenko D.G., Nosov A.V.|
|An analysis of methods of constructing the automatic multi-purpose bottom stations|
|The efficient and geodynamic-safe development of shelf oil and gas fields must be based on the information support of solving the problems of geodynamic safety. It includes the formation of data bases and also the successive construction of conceptual, geomechanic and calculation models of an oil and gas natural-technical system in the complex of researches of mechanisms of forming and realizing the dangerous geodynamic manifestations.
At the present time the tendency of gradual transition from mainly expedition methods of researches using scientific-research ships and satellites to the creation of steadily operating systems of monitoring with the help of bottom and autonomous submerged stations and buoys is observed in studying the World Ocean. It is obviously that for elucidating the state of oceanic environment it is necessary receiving the prolonged synchronous series of observations of many parameters in water and at a bottom.
Key words:shelf oil and gas fields, dangerous geodynamic manifestations, autonomous geophysical stations, stationary bottom stations, bottom broadband seismograph, measuring hydrophone, instrument for current measurement, environmental monitoring, portents of offshore earthquakes, ship complex, natural tests.
|article citation||Ledenev V.V., Levchenko D.G., Nosov A.V. Methods and means of measuring the parameters of oceanic environment by automatic multi-purpose bottom stations// Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika. – 2010. - V.5. - #2.- http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/12/25_2010.pdf|