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13.42: Design Principles for Ocean Vehicles Spring 2005: T/R 9:30-11:00 Prof. Alex Techet Design Principles for Ocean Vehicles “Vehicles” – Surface ships, underwater vehicles, and offshore platforms “Design Principles” – Tools for analyzing system dynamics 1 Image of drilling platform removed for copyright reasons.
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Courtesy of U.S. DOE. Courtesy of NOAA. Underwater Vehicles Surface Vessels 2 Photo courtesy of Steven Jayne.
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Offshore Platform Genesis Spar Platform Photos of Genesis Spar Oil Platform removed for copyright reasons. Please See: http://www.offshore-technology.com/projects/genesis/. 3 Courtesy of U.S. DOE.
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Basic “Recipe” Fundamental Math & Science v Newton’s 2 nd Law, F = a M v Conservation of Angular Momentum Basic Fluid Mechanics Idealized System Ship Heaving in waves Æ Mass Spring Dashpot system Mathematical Model & & ( & ( ( t x M ) + t x B ) + Cx ( t ) = t F ) Behavior Prediction System analysis “tools” Tools for Design Linear systems analysis Fourier Transforms, Transfer Function
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