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The six degree-of-freedom model of submarine 

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While sailing near the sea surface, submarines will often undergo rolling motion caused by wave disturbance. Fierce rolling motion seriously affects their normal operation and even threatens their security. We propose a new control method for roll stabilization. This paper studies hybrid intelligent control combining a fuzzy control, a neural netwo...

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... a submarine is achieved by adjusting the propeller, bowplanes, sternplanes and rudder. The six degree-of freedom (DOF) model is illustrated in Figure 1. The six DOF system possesses three translational motions and three rotational motions. ...
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... sea condition was simulated with the following settings: average wave period Tw=12s, significant wave length 1/3 h =8m, damping coefficient  =0.5, submarine speed V=10m/s and encounter angle  =60 o . The performance of the controller for rudder roll stabilization was then tested in the simulation system, as shown in Figure 10. When the system is under measurement mode M1, the rudder roll stabilization controller is adopted to send out roll stabilization orders to control the rolling. ...
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... the system is under measurement mode M1, the rudder roll stabilization controller is adopted to send out roll stabilization orders to control the rolling. The simulation results are given in Figure 10. The solid line is the result of roll damping and the dotted line is the result without roll damping. ...
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... solid line is the result of roll damping and the dotted line is the result without roll damping. From Figure 10(a) we see that the roll reduction is approximately 52% in the sixth-grade sea condition. Figure 10(b) shows that the roll reduction is approximately 48% in the eighth-grade sea condition. ...
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... Figure 10(a) we see that the roll reduction is approximately 52% in the sixth-grade sea condition. Figure 10(b) shows that the roll reduction is approximately 48% in the eighth-grade sea condition. The simulation results show that the stabilization effect of the controller designed is relatively satisfied. ...
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... order to examine the robustness of the designed rudder roll stabilization controller, great perturbations have then been added to the initial model. The simulation results in Figure 11 show that, when the submarine model parameter changes significantly, the anti-rolling rate of the rudder roll stabilization controller is 46%. The experiment indicates that the controller designed has strong adaptability and robustness. ...
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... a result, the course control is adopted to reduce rolling. The result of the simulation is shown in Figure 12, which show that when the submarine travels at a speed of U=20m/s, the efficiency of the rudder roll damping controller is obviously higher than that of when the submarine travels at a speed of U=10m/s. When travelling at a low speed, the efficiency of the controller is reduced. ...
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... the following, suppose the speed is U=20m/s and the sea condition is tenth-grade. A simulated comparison is made in the rudder roll damping control system, as shown in Figure 13. As shown in Figure 12, in following sea  =0°, the submarine travels in heading waves and the rolling amplitude of the submarines is at its smallest. ...
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... simulated comparison is made in the rudder roll damping control system, as shown in Figure 13. As shown in Figure 12, in following sea  =0°, the submarine travels in heading waves and the rolling amplitude of the submarines is at its smallest. In quartering sea  =45°, the submarine travels in partial heading waves and the rolling amplitude is slightly bigger than that in heading waves. ...

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