Submarine hydraulic control analysis
Bower, Michael J.
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A mathematical model was developed to include line effects in the submarine hydraulic system dynamic performance analysis. The project was undertaken in an effort to demonstrate the necessity of coupling the entire hydraulic power network for an accurate analysis of any of the subsystems rather than the current practice of treating a component loop as an isolated system. It was intended that the line model could be coupled with individual elements in modular computer programs to facilitate design and alteration decisions. The line model was developed and coupled with a submarine driving-system servo- loop in order to demonstrate the above premises. However, due to programming difficulties additional work is necessary to successfully complete the analysis.
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