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NAUKA I TEKHNOLOGICHESKIE RAZRABOTKI (SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS), ISSN: 2079-5165, eISSN: 2410-7948, DOI: 10.21455/std; https://elibrary.ru/title_about.asp?id=32295; http://std.ifz.ru/. The journal was founded in 1992.
FIELD TEST RESULTS OF MOCKUPS OF ZDSS-M
AND MDM DIGITAL BOTTOM SEISMIC STATIONS
FOR SECURITY SYSTEMS
© 2017 I.P. Bashilov1, S.G. Volosov2,V.A. Merkulov3, N.P. Rybakov4,
S.Ya. Sukonkin4, S.Yu. Chervinchuk1
“Geotechfizpribor” of Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth of the Russian
of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
2Institute of Geosphere Dynamics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
3Federal State Unitary Enterprise “October”, Sverdlovsk region, Kamensk-Uralskiy, Russia
Design Bureau of Oceanological Engineering of the Russian Academy
of Science, Moscow, Russia
Corresponding author: I.P. Bashilov, e-mail: email@example.com
‒ Automated seismic systems for protecting land and sea borders are created
‒ Domestic equipment, software and methodological support are developed
‒ Based on new solutions, broadband sensors for large depths of the sea are designed
‒ Bottom station for transit zones based on molecular-electronic sensors is created
‒ Experiments have confirmed the given characteristics and reliability of the mockups
Abstract. The main goal of the study is an experimental verification of the possibilities of using seismic systems for autonomous monitoring and protection of land and sea boundaries. The use of seismic systems as an integral part of signal-guarding complexes, especially in water areas, makes high demands on the characteristics of seismic equipment. The primary task in the experimental studies was the development of appropriate domestic equipment and methodological support, which allow study in terrestrial conditions and water areas. Therefore, the primary task was to prepare for the study the relevant domestic equipment and methodological support, which should provide work in terrestrial conditions and water areas. Production of domestic broadband equipment with such characteristics, and especially bottom ones, at the time of setting the task was practically absent. Fundamentally new technical solutions made it possible to create a number of modern models of seismic modules of the type SM-5, SM-6, SM-3M. On their basis, one-component and three-component short-period and broadband prototype seismic sensors of SM-5M, SM-6, TS-5, TS-6MSH and others were used. These models were used to develop a mockup of a digital bottom seismic station for large depths. In addition, a ground station for transit zones was developed and tested based on molecular-electronic sensors, which have recently developed significantly. The article contains the materials of the development and the results of tests of mockups of digital bottom seismic station ZDSS-M for large depths and small-sized bottom module MDM for transit zones on the basis of a new generation of electrodynamic and molecular-electronic sensors. The test carried out in the lake Seliger water area. The results of the analysis of registration materials in various conditions according to the developed methods have confirmed the specified characteristics and reliable operation of the mockups and methodological support in shallow water areas. An important result of the work is organization of industrial production of TS-5 seismic modules, which solves some problems of import substitution.
Keywords: seismic sensor, broadband seismometer, bottom seismic station, amplitude-frequency characteristic, seismic recorder, seismic channel sensitivity, electron-molecular geophone, transit zone of the shelf
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About the authors
BASHILOV Igor Porfirievich — Doctor of Technical Sciences, Chief Scientific Researcher, Scientific and Technical Center “Geofizpribor” of Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 123242, Moscow, ul. Bolshaya Gruzinskaya 10, stroenie 1. Tel.: (499) 254-30-60. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: http://www.ifz.ru/ (corresponding author)
VOLOSOV Sergey Georgievich — Senior Researcher, Institute of Geosphere Dynamics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 119334, Moscow, Leninskii prospect 38, stroenie 1. Tel.: (499) 137-66-11. E-mail: email@example.com; Web site: http://idg.chph.ras.ru/
MERKULOV Valery Alekseevich — Chief Designer for Instrumental Products, Head of the Department of Chief Designer, “PA” Oktyabr”. 623400, Sverdlovsk Region, Kamensk-Uralsky, ul. Ryabova 8. Tel.: (3439) 33-96-88 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: http://www.neywa.ru/
RYBAKOV Nikolai Pavlovich — Head of the Department of Instruments and Systems of Experimental Geophysics, Experimental Design Bureau of Oceanological Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 109387, Moscow, ul. Letnyaya 1, stroenie 2. Tel.: (495) 350-21-11. E-mail: email@example.com; Web site: http://www.edboe.ru/
SUKONKIN Sergey Yakovlevich — Director, Experimental Design Bureau of Oceanological Technology, of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 109387, Moscow, ul. Letnyaya, stroenie 2. Tel.: (495) 350-26-12. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: http://www.edboe.ru/
CHERVINCHUK Sergey Yuryevich — Senior
Researcher, Scientific and Technical Center “Geofizpribor” of Schmidt Institute
of Physics of the Earth of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 123242, Moscow,
ul. Bolshaya Gruzinskaya 10, stroenie 1. Tel.: (499) 254-30-60.
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