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Experimental Results of Ship`s Maneuvering Test Using GPS
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 Title & Authors
Experimental Results of Ship`s Maneuvering Test Using GPS
Yoo, Yun-Ja; Naknma, Yoshiyasu; Kouguchi, Nobuyoshi; Song, Chae-Uk;
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 Abstract
The Kinematic GPS is well known to provide a quite good accuracy of positioning within an level. Although kinematic GPS assures high precision measurement on the basis of an appreciable distance between a reference station and an observational point, it has measurable distance restriction within 20 km from a reference station on land. Therefore, it is necessary to make out a simple and low-cost method to obtain accurate positioning information without distance restriction In this paper, the velocity integration method to get the precise velocity information of a ship is explained. The experimental results of Zig-zag maneuver and Williamson turn as the ship`s maneuvering test, and other experimental results of ship`s movement during leaving and entering the port with low speed were shown. From the experimental results, ship`s course, speed and position are compared with those obtained by kinematic-GPS, velocity integration method and dead reckoning position using Gyro-compass and Doppler-log.
 Keywords
Williamson turn;Zig-zag maneuver;kinematic GPS;carrier-phase-derived Doppler measurement;velocity integration method;dead reckoning position;
 Language
English
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