Deployment NameGliderProjectDeployedRecoveredDaysDistancePayload BayOSNotes
ru22-20100302T2110ru22MARCOOS2010-03-02
21:10Z
2010-03-19
11:00Z
16.7371.5 km01486.37

All Notes (18)

Created by: kerfoot @ 2010-09-16 08:35:40Informational

Science Payload:

ctd-148
bb3slo-603
bbfl2s-624

Created by: haskins @ 2010-05-13 15:04:50Informational

Entire glider sent to Webb on 4/30/10 to be retrofitted with rechargeable lithium batteries.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-29 09:19:16Informational

Check out these segments post-processing for storm? altimeter failures


http://marine.rutgers.edu/~dkaragon/glider_profile_plotting/ru22/ru22_2010_060_4_195_Sampling.png

http://marine.rutgers.edu/~dkaragon/glider_profile_plotting/ru22/ru22_2010_060_4_193_Sampling.png

Created by: kerfoot @ 2010-03-26 11:42:33Informational

RUDICS deployment

Deployed by Chip Haldeman, crew consisted of Capt. Shawn McWhorter and Michelle Lochhead aboard the MIV Dauntless - Ebb Tide Marine, Inc.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-22 14:26:30Informational

recovered with port wing loss. check when roll swapped and see if associated with buoyancy issue

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-19 09:32:19Informational

Looks like density bouncing at surface.

glider was 1025 1023.25 at surface, 50-100 g would have caused this of perhaps sediment

good lbs-g piloting plot

drifted

messed up irid callback with callback 60 command.

Created by: kerfoot @ 2010-03-19 08:53:30Informational

Looks like glider may be full of sediment, causing it to not be able to surface without inflating air bladder. Checked ballasting logs - glider was ballasted well. Big storm last weekend freshened up the coastal waters.

Created by: kerfoot @ 2010-03-19 08:52:10Informational

Lots of iridium time (~400 minutes) overnight as glider was drifting.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-18 22:29:25Informational

ABORT HISTORY: total since reset: 2
ABORT HISTORY: last abort cause: MS_ABORT_SAMEDEPTH_FOR
ABORT HISTORY: last abort time: 2010-03-18T17:02:03
ABORT HISTORY: last abort segment: ru22-2010-060-4-252 (0141.0252)
ABORT HISTORY: last abort mission: 100_TN.MI

abort, glider was stuck at surface or -4 meters, not sure which. it tried to surface, got stuck and then did a dive, climb dive climb sequence before aborting for samedepth

check dbd to see if it actually was pulling pump in for dive/ climb sequence

put on mission with cop timeout set to short and lots of surfacings, 15 min and multiple no_comms

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-18 16:30:10Informational

I think warm water increasing battery life, explains lengthened curve.

thats 2 things that affected completing the run. poor storm navigation/prediction and increasing battery life as moving south. it is about twice as warm as when we started

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-17 17:12:35Informational

Retasking to ENE to bring her east more, not too much though, south is easy so lets try to get north before we commit east

-7519.6346 3746.8481

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-17 10:17:05Informational

Changed sbd to every 4th cast to lower filesize, 3/16 pm

changed waypoint to start moving nearshore

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-11 12:32:39Informational

Had Chip change sbd to turn back on bbfl2 writing to sbd, accidently set it to not write just like bb3

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-09 13:02:43Informational

sbd changed to downcast only for both optics pucks

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-09 09:31:52Informational

kerfoot & aragon noticed dupe data written to SBD when pucks were turned off. This means the plots on web are off due to dupe data writing. Will change sbd on next surfacing, john investigating the plotting to see if fixable. email to webb regarding the matter

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-08 15:55:53Informational

Turned off bb3 (sample12)
bumped bbfl2 sampling rate (sample10) to 1 sec, still only sampling downcasts
ctd @ 1 sec on all the time
change waypoint to 2nd waypoint in MARCOOS run

Created by: dkaragon @ 2010-03-06 00:00:00Informational

Moved waypoint more south for eline leg.
Set yo to 3.5m off bottom.
We are averaged 2-4 meters off bottom and altimeter is accurate to about 1m or so.

Created by: kerfoot @ 2010-03-02 15:05:00Informational

Payload:
ctd-148
bb3slo-603
bbfl2s-624