201​7 Iran Open International Competition 

  Submarine Robot league

A remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV), is a tethered underwater mobile device. This meaning is different fromremote control vehicles operating on land or in the air. ROVs are unoccupied, highly maneuverable, and operated by a crew aboard a vessel. They are common in deep water industries such as offshore hydrocarbon extraction. They are linked to a host ship by a neutrally buoyant tether or, often when working in rough conditions or in deeper water, a load-carrying umbilical cableis used along with a tether management system (TMS). The TMS is either a garage-like device which contains the ROV during lowering through the splash zone or, on larger work-class ROVs, a separate assembly which sits on top of the ROV. The purpose of the TMS is to lengthen and shorten the tether so the effect of cable drag where there are underwater currents is minimized. The umbilical cable is an armored cable that contains a group of electrical conductors and fiber optics that carry electric power, video, and data signals between the operator and the TMS. Where used, the TMS then relays the signals and power for the ROV down the tether cable. Once at the ROV, the electric power is distributed between the components of the ROV. However, in high-power applications, most of the electric power drives a high-power electric motor which drives a hydraulic pump. The pump is then used for propulsion and to power equipment such as torque tools and manipulator arms where electric motors would be too difficult to implement subsea. Most ROVs are equipped with at least a video camera and lights. Additional equipment is commonly added to expand the vehicle’s capabilities. These may include sonarsmagnetometers, a still camera, a manipulator or cutting arm, water samplers, and instruments that measure water clarity, water temperature, water density, sound velocity, light penetration, and temperature.

 

Rules

Competitions are held exclusively in  EXPLORER class

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Competition Rules 2017 is based o​n the

2017 MATE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION 

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   2017 Competition Rules

League Chairs:

Hatam Ghasemzadeh Mahvizani

Schedule

Pre-registration November 28, 201​6 - ​January 2​1, 201​7
Qualification Process

January ​22, 201​7 - ​February 19, 201​7

Early Registration February 20, 2017 - ​March11, 201​7
Late Registration March 12 - 29, 2017
Teams Setup (Close to Public) April 0​4 - 05, 2017
Competition (Open to Public) April 0​6 - 08, 2017

Pre-Registered Teams

  Team Name Team Leader Affiliation Country
1 کاسپین Roya Shademani مستقل Iran
2 NIMALA Mohsen Ahanchi آزمایشگاه ملی دریایی شهدای خلیج فارس Iran
3 MSP navid fanaee Islamic azad university najafabad branch Iran
4 NAHAVAND saeed torkaman islamic azad university of nahavand Iran
5 کارون امید زنگنه مستقل Iran
6 MRL Islamic Azad University of Qazvin Iran

Results

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3