Study and development of a time domain simulator for a marine surface vehicle
The aim of the present research is to develop a simulation platform, in the time domain, that can emulate the dynamic behavior of a ship and its performance. It will need to develop a “virtual bridge” with the possibility to interact in real time with the simulator. The study and modeling of the actuators and their drive, especially the prime movers (thermal and electric), and the study of the factors that affect the overall ship dynamics will be the central activity of the project. In the case of availability of experimental data, the simulator will be calibrated and tested to perform and to verify its accuracy and robustness.
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