. Deep ocean cable burial concept development. Cables, Submarine; Marine engineering; Civil engineering. To guide the cable to the bottom of the 3-foot ditch without exceeding a minimum bend radius of 5 feet, the feedshoe/plow length must be 10 feet (Figure A-2). Using the design parameters discussed previously, the total force required to pull the plowshare at a speed of 1 knot is F = 44,000 pound. This formulation for predicting drawbar pull compares favorably with results published for Sea Plow III [37]. References 8 through 14 present analytical and experimental results of using plowshare

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. Deep ocean cable burial concept development. Cables, Submarine; Marine engineering; Civil engineering. To guide the cable to the bottom of the 3-foot ditch without exceeding a minimum bend radius of 5 feet, the feedshoe/plow length must be 10 feet (Figure A-2). Using the design parameters discussed previously, the total force required to pull the plowshare at a speed of 1 knot is F = 44,000 pound. This formulation for predicting drawbar pull compares favorably with results published for Sea Plow III [37]. References 8 through 14 present analytical and experimental results of using plowshare  Stock Photo
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. Deep ocean cable burial concept development. Cables, Submarine; Marine engineering; Civil engineering. To guide the cable to the bottom of the 3-foot ditch without exceeding a minimum bend radius of 5 feet, the feedshoe/plow length must be 10 feet (Figure A-2). Using the design parameters discussed previously, the total force required to pull the plowshare at a speed of 1 knot is F = 44,000 pound. This formulation for predicting drawbar pull compares favorably with results published for Sea Plow III [37]. References 8 through 14 present analytical and experimental results of using plowshare
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. Deep ocean cable burial concept development. Cables, Submarine; Marine engineering; Civil engineering. To guide the cable to the bottom of the 3-foot ditch without exceeding a minimum bend radius of 5 feet, the feedshoe/plow length must be 10 feet (Figure A-2). Using the design parameters discussed previously, the total force required to pull the plowshare at a speed of 1 knot is F = 44,000 pound. This formulation for predicting drawbar pull compares favorably with results published for Sea Plow III [37]. References 8 through 14 present analytical and experimental results of using plowshare vibration to reduce the drawbar force required to move the plowshare through the soil. In particular [13], it has been shown that for vibratory plowing, the use of a raked, wedge-shaped blade with machined grooves (Figure 3) reduced the average horizontal plowing force in a silty sand by 98 to 99% when the plowshare was vibrated at a frequency of 20 to 40 Hertz at an amplitude of 3/8 inch. In addition, vibrating the plowshare aids in achieving and maintaining depth of penetration. In the case above, a 95% reduction in drawbar force gives TOT = 2,200 lb reduced which is well within the target requirement of 10,000 pounds. (Note: Other contributions to drawbar force will be discussed later.) This reduc- tion in drawbar force will impact significantly on the support ship power requirements for towing, and ease control problems. The power required to vibrate the plowshare is also an important consideration. Appendix A shows that the power required to produce vibra- tions is 14 hp. Water drag and added mass effects on the power required for vibration are negligible. To move the vibrating plowshare at 1 knot: Figure 3. Raked plowshare with machined grooves.. 17. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Rock

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