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Prediction Of Remotely Operated Vehicles Movements On The Ground Of Experiments And Computer Simulations

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Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/CMEM930061

Volume

4

Pages

9

Published

1993

Size

631 kb

Author(s)

T. Graczyk

Abstract

Prediction of remotely operated vehicles movements on the ground of experiments and computer simulations T. Graczyk o/ ManZzme Tec/mo&x/?/, ABSTRACT The author investigates and does research on the movement of a remotely operated vehicle through computer simulation and verifies the results by means of model tests to describe dynamic properties of unmanned vehicles. The conformity of thrust characteristics in both types of testing have been found for the rectilinear motion which proves the presented method to be useful at the initial phase of designing excluding rather expensive model tests. INTRODUCTION There are a number of kinds of devices used to penetrate the abyss and explore its resources but unmanned vehicles, mainly ROVs, seem to prevail [73. ROVs which are supplied by an umbilical and controlled by an operator from the sea surface are used to perform various typical standard

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