Intrusion Detection in wireless ad-hoc Networks Assignment Help

Intrusion Detection in wireless ad-hoc Networks Assignment Help

Southampton Solent University School of Maritime Science and Engineering Beng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering Final Year Project Proposal Student Name: Tutor Name: Mr Jonathan Riddley Project Title: Underwater Camera system for a towing tank Background: Towing tanks are widely used in maritime industry for various experimental research such as: Propeller tests, the design of a vessel etc. In maritime research it is essential for the engineers to be able to record the flow around the vessels in the tank and use the data for further design analysis. It would be really useful if an underwater camera could provide visual contact of the vessel s hull so the flow of the vessel can be obtained at all times while the vessel is getting towed. To achieve this, a rig should be attached to the carriage to allow the camera, which should be protected inside a housing, to go underwater and provide us with live video. Aims: The aims of this project are: Live video feed to a laptop The ability to remotely start and stop the camera without removing it from the water (Web Camera) Underwater lights Suitable rigidity and strength for the maximum carriage speed (the hydrodynamic force are quite large Use existing attachment points on the carriage to avoid changes to existing equipment Minimum hydrodynamic impact around the camera and on the water surface. (It should not interfere with the flow around the model or make waves). Objectives: Initial objectives of the project: Measure all dimensions of the vessel, the carriage and the tank. Design and select the material of the rig. Design and select the material of the housing that the camera will be placed. Choose the appropriate camera for the project. Signed:- . Student Tutor Co-ordinator


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