2012 University of New Hampshire Remotely Operated Vehicle

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Project Type: 
Education
Year: 
2012

Students Involved:

Khanh Nguyen University of New Hampshire
Matthew Normandeau University of New Hampshire
Alexandra Washakowski University of New Hampshire
Matthew Mazzola University of New Hampshire
Thomas Provencher University of New Hampshire
Raymond Jones University of New Hampshire
Michael LeVeille University of New Hampshire

Faculty Advisors:

May-Win Thein UNH - Department of Mechanical Engineering
M. Robinson Swift UNH - Department of Mechanical Engineering
Firat Eren UNH - Department of Mechanical Engineering
Abstract: 
An Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle was designed, built and tested by 2012’s UNH ROV team. UNH ROV is a competition and research based interdisciplinary senior design project supported and funded by the University of New Hampshire and NOAA Sea Grant. This year’s ROV team built an ROV that will serve a dual purpose as a research and competition based vehicle. The competition is held by the Marine Advanced Technology Education center, Orlando, Florida, on June 21, 2012. The vehicle has also been designed to support research in advanced 6 Degree of Freedom ROV Control Systems.

Publications

Available from the National Sea Grant Library (use NHU number to search) or NH Sea Grant

Report

  • 2012 University of New Hampshire remotely operated vehicle. Khanh Nguyen, Matthew Normandeau, Alexandra Washakowski, Matthew Mazzola, Thomas Provencher, Raymond Jones and Michael Le Veille. Advisors: May-Win Thein, M.R. Swift and Firat Eren.