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Modelling the Dynamics of Ships with Different Propulsion Systems for Control Purpose

Published Online: 20 Apr 2016
Page range: 31 - 36
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Two different propulsion systems are analyzed from point of view of future control applications. The traditional one consists of a pushing single screw propeller and a blade rudder. The other system is based on pod (pods): pulling or pushing ones. The equations describing forces and moments generated in both systems, are presented. Exemplary results of a simulation in comparison to the real-time experiments for two ships are also shown.

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