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Marine Propulsion Simulation: Methods and Results

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Marine Propulsion Simulation: Methods and Results
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open
ISBN-13: 9783110401509
Number of pages: 112

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This book presents the main steps for the development of a multi-physic simulation platform, able to represent the motions of a twin screw ship in six degrees of freedom, taking into account the whole propulsion system and automation effects. A number of mathematical sub-models had been developed and calibrated by a set of experimental tests, in model and full scale. Finally, the sea trials campaign of a ship is used to validate and tune the developed simulator.

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