Acoustic early warning telemetric system of catastrophic debris flows in mountainous areas

T.Chelidze, N.Varamanashvili, Z.Chelidze

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The paper is devoted to creation of Acoustic Early Warning Telemetric System of catastrophic debris flows in mountainous areas, namely, for Durudji valley (East Georgia). The field test of the system shows that it is capable to register acoustic pulses in the range 10-1000 Hz and transmit the signal on the distance of 10-15 km.

 


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