Known as navigational aids, buoys are used for locating, pointing to a dangerous area or showing cruising routes. It is important that the scientific, commercial or military oceanographic, meteorological or acoustical data are collected, processed and valued in our country, which is surrounded by the sea on three sides. Within the scope of this paper, the conceptual design of a new buoy that will answer this need is introduced. This design process is based on the systematic design approach of Pahl and Beitz. The method applied includes problem definition, formulating (function diagram), creating and selecting options. The conceptual design of the buoy will ensure that changes in the ecosystem are tracked in real time or recorded. The collected data will be valued and made available for long-term estimates.
|Journal Section||Industrial Design Engineering|
|Publication Date||December 27, 2017|
|Published in Issue||Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 4|