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A polynomial chaos approach to the analysis of vehicle dynamics under uncertainty
The ability of ground vehicles to quickly and accurately analyse their dynamic response to a given input is critical to their safety and efficient autonomous operation. In field conditions,Expand
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Statistical mobility prediction for planetary surface exploration rovers in uncertain terrain
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A statistical method for mobility prediction that incorporates terrain uncertainty is presented. Expand
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A stochastic response surface approach to statistical prediction of mobile robot mobility
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A method for efficient mobility prediction based on the stochastic response surface approach is presented that explicitly considers terrain parameter uncertainty. Expand
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Stochastic mobility-based path planning in uncertain environments
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The ability of mobile robots to generate feasible trajectories online is an important requirement for their autonomous operation in unstructured environments. Expand
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Predictable mobility
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A statistical mobility prediction for planetary surface exploration rovers has been described. Expand
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Investigation of a turbulent premixed combustion flame in a backward-facing step combustor; effect of equivalence ratio
In the present study, LES (large-eddy simulation) is utilized to analyze lean-premixed propane-air flame stability in a backward-step combustor over a range of equivalence ratio. The artificiallyExpand
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Investigations into the Impact of the Equivalence Ratio on Turbulent Premixed Combustion Using Particle Image Velocimetry and Large Eddy Simulation Techniques: “V” and “M” Flame Configurations in a
Turbulent premixed combustion is studied using experiments and numerical simulations in an acoustically uncoupled cylindrical sudden-expansion swirl combustor, and the impact of the equivalence ratioExpand
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Validation study of large-eddy simulations of wake stabilized reacting flows using artificial flame thickening approaches
Wake flows are the preferred mode of flame stabilization in lean premixed combustion in gas turbine engines, low NOx burners, afterburners etc. These flows exhibit inherent unsteadiness and for theirExpand
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A Multi-Element generalized Polynomial Chaos approach to analysis of mobile robot dynamics under uncertainty
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The ability of mobile robots to quickly and accurately analyze their dynamics is critical to their safety and efficient operation. Expand
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