Hydrodynamics of Advanced-hull Surface Vehicles

@article{Prasad2018HydrodynamicsOA,
  title={Hydrodynamics of Advanced-hull Surface Vehicles},
  author={Bijoy Prasad and Manhar Dhanak},
  journal={OCEANS 2018 MTS/IEEE Charleston},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-7}
}
Hydrodynamics of an advanced catamaran unmanned surface vehicle (USV) in shallow waters involving CFD-based modeling and simulation is described, in support of system identification and development of a physics-based control system for USV operations in coastal waters. The key objectives of the study are to develop the necessary CFD tool, validate it through comparison of computed results with results of field tests of the vehicle, and conduct a parametric study of the vehicle performance at… CONTINUE READING

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