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Modeling and Simulation for the Initial Dynamics of a High Speed Underwater Vehicle Ejected from a Submerged Mother Ship
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Modeling and Simulation for the Initial Dynamics of a High Speed Underwater Vehicle Ejected from a Submerged Mother Ship
Yoon, Hyeon Kyu; Cho, Hyeonjin;
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 Abstract
Heavy-weight high speed underwater vehicle(HSUV) is launched from the submerged mother ship. For the safety point of view, it is important to confirm whether the HSUV would touch the launching mother ship. In this paper, the hydrodynamic force and moment were modeled by the polynomials of motion variables and the simple lift and drag acting on a plate and cylinder which consist of the HSUV`s several parts. The mother ship was assumed as the Rankine half body to consider the flow field near the moving ship. Such hydrodynamic force and moment were included in the 6 DOF equations of motion of the HSUV and the dynamic simulations for the various conditions of the HSUV until the propeller activation were performed. Developed simulation program is expected to reduce the number of expensive sea trial test to develop safety logic of the HSUV at the initial firing stage.
 Keywords
High Speed Underwater Vehicle;Modeling and Simulation;Initial Firing Stage;Dynamics;
 Language
Korean
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