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Inherent Properties of Ship Manoeuvring Linear Models in View of the Full-mission Model Adjustment
1 Maritime University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland
ABSTRACT: The paper presents new results on the inherent properties of ship linear dynamics. The focus is made on the second-order formulation for the uncoupled equations of sway and yaw, and on their unique, unknown performance within the zigzag test. From the standpoint of application to full-mission model tuning, a very important loop in the drift-yaw domain of the zigzag behaviour, as governed by the rudder rate dependent time constants (of T3-type), is brought to the light. This and some other dependent effects, like overshoot angle performance, are likely to be lost, if the well-known, rather ambiguous, first-order approximations are deployed.
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Citation note:
Artyszuk J.: Inherent Properties of Ship Manoeuvring Linear Models in View of the Full-mission Model Adjustment. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 10, No. 4, doi:10.12716/1001.10.04.08, pp. 595-604, 2016

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