Proceedings of the Conference on Moments and Signal Processing
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Whitmer, Andrew R. (Monterey, CA; Naval Postgraduate School, 2018-06);This thesis analyzes the validity of using linear superposition to accurately predict the forces and moments on a shallowly submerged vessel in a complex seaway. Linear superposition implies that the forces and moments due ...
Akinsal, Volkan (1985-12);In this thesis, the propulsion losses, which are caused by added drag due to steering of the ship, can be minimized by using an Adaptive Automatic Optimal Controller. It is shown in this thesis that an Adaptive Automatic ...
Youch, Daniel F. (Monterey California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2006-09);Currently, two methods exist to determine trajectory of a ballistic penetrator: Poncelet Analysis and Differential Area Force Law (DAFL) methods. An exact solution for the Poncelet Equation exists; making for easy ...