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Development and study of a two-dimensional dynamic model of a towed buoy

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English


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Development and study of a two-dimensional dynamic model of a towed buoy by John Franklin Bell Download PDF EPUB FB2

The study is based on a two-dimensional model describing the quasi-s teady motion of the towed cable in the presence of hydrodynamic drag and steerin g forces that depend nonlinearly on the angle. The body coordinate frame is related to the space reference system XYZ through the rotation matrix [C]: I cosOcosO -cosOsinO-sinO ] [C] sin~ costb 0 () sin0cos~ -sin0sin~ cos0 Three-dimensional configuration of a towed system FIG.

I 0 y,2 A set of angles 4, 0 to relate body axes () to reference axes (XYZ). Cited by: The dynamic of underwater towed system is affected by memory effects induced by the fluid-structure interaction, namely: vortex shedding and added damping due to the presence of a free surface in Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.

tem may soon exceed the limits of current data. With a dynamic model, we still have a basis for predicting the long-term consequences of the processes currently operating in the study system. Chinook Salmon As a rst example, here is a highly simplied dynamic model for the abundanceFile Size: KB.

  A full-coupled three-dimensional dynamic model of a towed cable body system is developed. The towed cable with the axial elasticity, bending stiffness, and torsional stiffness is approximated by Estimated Reading Time: 11 mins. For accurate positioning of the towed streamers, it is necessary to have a representative and sufficiently detailed physical model of the towed streamers.

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