Subsea Cable Design: The importance of a clear Design Process and timely freezing your design

Jun 21, 2022 1:40:57 PM / by Sander van Leeuwen posted in Naval Defense, Naval cables

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In creating a Subsea Cable Design, there are a lot of aspects to consider. It is important that the final design properly fits into your sonar system (or the subsea system you’re creating). As an engineer, you want to have a firm grip on the project. The decisive ingredient in doing that is a clear design process.

 

In this blog, we discuss the advantages of having such a design process in place, the design process of our cable experts and how this subsea cable design process will eventually help you in properly validating your specifications. 

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Five types of Sonar System Requirements

Jun 21, 2022 1:40:37 PM / by Nicole van Leeuwen-Becht posted in Naval Defense, Naval cables

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The design of a sonar cable is always unique. After all, each sonar system benefits from a fit-for-purpose sonar cable, of which the most crucial requirements differ. That’s why it is important to know early on what the main requirements are for your subsea project. They form the basis of every sonar cable design.

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Survival Load for Naval Defense Systems

Jun 21, 2022 1:39:52 PM / by Manuella Hoogendijk posted in Naval Defense, Naval cables

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In one of our previous blogs, we mentioned that Survival Load is an important Operational Requirement for naval defense systems. Now it’s time to dive deeper into these requirements. What is Survival Load, why is it so important for naval defense systems and how are elongation and stretching connected to it?


By understanding more about these concepts, you’ll have more grip on your sonar cable design as an engineer. An important asset if you have to validate your naval defense system to the customer.

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Determining the Strength Member of a Naval Cable

Jun 14, 2022 12:46:26 PM / by Manuella Hoogendijk posted in Naval Defense, Naval cables

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One of the components that always recurs in the design of a naval sonar cable is the strength member. There are several options in the design, depending on what the application of the cable is. 

 

In this blog, we will discuss how the strength member is determined. First, the important functions of the strength member are listed, after which we will explain what types there are and how our experts determine which strength member is used.

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Types of Naval Sonar Systems: variable depth sonar vs towed array sonar

Jun 14, 2022 12:44:45 PM / by Nicole van Leeuwen-Becht posted in Naval Defense, Naval cables

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In producing underwater defense cables, naval sonar systems are the most common systems using such cables. In fact, the success of naval sonar projects largely depends on the performance of these cables. 

 

Naval sonar systems that require a cable can be divided into two categories. Both types of systems have very different requirements when it comes to which cable is necessary. In this blog, we compare both systems: variable depth sonar vs towed array sonar.

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'Next level’ in sonar technology

Aug 18, 2021 9:22:35 AM / by Jeroen Romijn posted in Naval Defense, Defense, Subsea, Subsea cables

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The Navy monitors safety at sea worldwide. That’s a tough job in challenging circumstances. Many countries have Marine Services with sonar systems that are equipped with DeRegt cables. These are developed in cooperation with Ultra, leader in underwater warfare technologies.

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Five Types of Terminations

Nov 6, 2019 10:03:00 AM / by Manuella Hoogendijk posted in ROV Cables, Naval Defense, Seismic, Defense, Bespoke marine cables, Seismic source umbilical terminations, Seismic lead-in terminations, Flexible terminations, Lightweight balloon tether terminations, Seabed equipment terminations

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DeRegt works with each individual client to provide the perfect cable solution for their specific requirements. Each cable system by DeRegt is custom-made and this does not only apply to the cables themselves, but the terminations as well.

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Why do we need Flexible Terminations?

Oct 24, 2018 2:45:17 PM / by Jeroen Romijn posted in Naval Defense

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Space is always scarce on board ships and submarines in particular, which means that the smaller Sonar or ROV systems can be, the better. A tailor-made cable with a small diameter and bend radius helps keep the winch as small as possible, reducing the overall footprint of the system. A logical step you can take to reduce system size is opting for a flexible termination for towed arrays, with the same bend radius as the cable, as this allows the entire rig, including both the cable and the array, to be rolled up on the same winch. 

 

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DeRegt cables Naval Defense: the new generation of UAVs, UUVs and USVs require the best possible connections.

Oct 3, 2018 10:00:00 AM / by Jeroen Romijn posted in Naval Defense

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The demand for UAVs, UUVs and USVs for defense purposes is currently greater than ever, which means that crucial components, such as cables, have to be developed quickly and must meet high-quality specifications.

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Naval Defense: Jeroen Romijn on DeRegt cables’ innovative cable solutions

Sep 25, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Jeroen Romijn posted in Naval Defense

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With investments in Naval Defense increasing due to the changing geopolitical landscape, speed and innovation are more important than ever. All across the world, warships and systems need to be modernized, improved and maintained. If the industry is to catch up with current developments, manufacturers and suppliers in the Naval Defense sector will have to put in considerable effort.

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