Overview of a Research on Actuators Control for Better Seakeeping in Fast Ships

Giron-Sierra, José M., Esteban, S., Recas, J., Andrés-Toro, Bonifacio, Cruz García, Jesús Manuel de la, Riola Rodríguez, José M. y Aranda Almansa, Joaquín . (2005) Overview of a Research on Actuators Control for Better Seakeeping in Fast Ships. 16th IFAC WORLD CONGRESS, Prague, July 4-8, 2005


Título Overview of a Research on Actuators Control for Better Seakeeping in Fast Ships
Autor(es) Giron-Sierra, José M.
Esteban, S.
Recas, J.
Andrés-Toro, Bonifacio
Cruz García, Jesús Manuel de la
Riola Rodríguez, José M.
Aranda Almansa, Joaquín
Materia(s) Informática
Palabras clave seakeeping
overview
human factors
ship control
Editor(es) International Federation of Automatic Control
Fecha 2005-07-04
Identificador GERACRAV2005
bibliuned:659
Publicado en la Revista 16th IFAC WORLD CONGRESS, Prague, July 4-8, 2005
Idioma eng
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Notas adicionales The paper is an overview of a research initiated seven years ago by three groups of three universities, under the auspices of a Spanish shipbuilder. The research aims to improve the seakeeping performances of fast ferries, by using moving appendages such transom flaps and Tfoil. There is a problem of control design to move the actuators in adequate way, to counteract the effect of encountered waves. The research focuses on alleviation of seasickness. Several aspects have been covered along the research, motivating a long series of papers. The overview gives an ordered account of the main results, with the corresponding references. Main results concerning seasickness and navigation, prediction of seasickness during ship design, experimental modelling, control design and experimental verification, are presented

 
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