ANALYSIS OF AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE (AUV) DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FROM MOTION FREEDOM PERSPECTIVE
In this paper a theoretical approach of design for Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) is analyzed from perspective of motion freedom. There are consideration about propeller parameters, the number of propulsion propeller in a perspective of best manoeuvring operation in a small place, and a quick shape analysis for determining the best shape for water resistance and currents.Key Words: underwater vehicle, design and construction
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