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New Development: High-Strength Stainless Steel as a Sustainable Material for Aquaculture

  • This paper presents the current state of development and selected technological challenges in the application of ecologically and economically sustainable nets for aquaculture based on ongoing development projects. These aim at the development of a new material system of high-strength stainless steel wires as net material with environmentally compatible antifouling properties for nearshore and offshore aquacultures. Current plastic netting materials will be replaced with high-strength stainless steel to provide a more environmentally friendly system that can withstand more severe mechanical stresses (waves, storms, tides and predators). A new antifouling strategy is expected to solve current challenges, such as ecological damage (e.g., due to pollution from copper-containing antifouling substances or microplastics), high maintenance costs (e.g., cleaning and repairs), and shorter service life. Approaches for the next development steps are presented based on previous experience as well as calculation models based on this experience.

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Author:Paul Gümpel, Urs Dornbierer, Arnulf Hörtnagl, Torsten Bogatzky
DOI:https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.98680
ISBN:978-1-83969-618-3
ISBN:978-1-83969-619-0
Parent Title (English):Salmon Aquaculture, edited by Qian Lu
Publisher:IntechOpen Limited
Place of publication:London, UK
Document Type:Part of a Book
Language:English
Year of Publication:2021
Release Date:2022/01/13
Tag:High strength; Predator net; Redesign; Stainless steel; Sustainability
Page Number:15
Open Access?:Ja
Relevance:Peer reviewed nach anderen Listungen (mit Nachweis zum Peer Review Verfahren)