Optimal deployment angles for the air-dropped undersea warfare cable in shallow water
Diamandopoulos, Fanourios P.
Lindsay, Glenn F.
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The Advanced Air Deployable Array (AdDA) is an air-dropped undersea warfare device for detection of an enemy submarine in the shallow waters region. Previous studies have introduced six tactical deployment methods by C-130 aircraft. This thesis addresses one of the methods, called " Bound the Expanding Farthest-On Circle". Changes in deployment rules are suggested, and feasibility conditions identified. A model is developed showing how the isolation area where the submarine is to be contained, and the number of needed array segments, can be reduced. Also, as the main work of this study, the effective deployment angles for successive AdDA cable are determined for C-130 pilots. Today these cables, because of their advantages and great utility, can give unique solutions in shallow water tactical operations.
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