Dynamical stability and maneuverability of dynamically unstable ship
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The factors affecting the stability and the maneuverability of a dynamically unstable ship were studied using the linear and non-linear equations of the motion of the ship. The DSL/360 Language was used to simulate the dynamics and to study both unstable motions and standard maneuvers.
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