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Performance Evaluation of an Underwater Vehicle Equipped with a Collective and Cyclic Pitch Propeller

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posted on 2023-05-23, 07:57 authored by Hung NguyenHung Nguyen, Niyomka, P, Jonathan BinnsJonathan Binns
This paper presents modelling and simulation of an underwater vehicle equipped with a collective and cyclic propeller (CCPP). A CCPP has been applied in helicopters and it generates both axial and side thrusts that move a helicopter in all directions. If axial and side thrusts of the CCPP are controlled as desired it is possible to apply the CCPP to an underwater vehicle. A new CCPP has been designed and fabricated for a torpedo shaped underwater vehicle. Captive experiments were conducted to quantify the performance of the CCPP. The paper reports recent development of an underwater vehicle equipped with the CCPP including design and fabrication of the experimental facility, conduct of experiments, modeling, performance of the CCPP and simulation of the vehicle propelled by the CCPP. © IFAC.

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University of Tasmania

History

Publication title

Proceedings of the 9th IFAC Conference of Control Applications in Marine Systems 2013

Editors

Hasegawa, K

Pagination

167-172

Department/School

Australian Maritime College

Publisher

Osaka University

Place of publication

Japan

Event title

The 9th IFAC Conference of Control Applications in Marine Systems 2013

Event Venue

Osaka, Japan

Date of Event (Start Date)

2013-09-17

Date of Event (End Date)

2013-09-20

Rights statement

Copyright 2013 IFAC

Repository Status

  • Open

Socio-economic Objectives

Nautical equipment