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In oceanographic instrumentation, LEBU (large eddy break-up) is a device for towed acoustic arrays. The purpose of the device is to reduce f noise around the towed array.

The LEBU includes two identical circumferential airfoils and two flat flanges. The flanges secure the device to a coupling on the towed acoustic array. This is helpful when using sonar or Echo sounding.

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