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An underwater vehicle uses buoyancy to dive in water. So the center of gravity isnt fixed unlike the center of buoyancy which depends on the volume of the AUV.

The center of buoyancy will be the center of the body frame attached to the AUV. The local x-axis will be along the longitudinal axis with its positive direction from the CB to the nose.

The z-axis will be normal to the transversal plane of the AUV pointing downwards

Thus the y-axis can be easily assigned This placement yields both port-starboard and top-bottom symmetry, reducing the bodys inertia tensor Io to:

Kinematics

following vectors:

where refers to the inertial position and orientation vector, and v the body-fixed linear and angular velocities.

Kinematics

The transformation matrix J1 is generated by first performing a rotation of angle about the z-axis, followed by a rotation of about the x-axis, and finally a rotation about the y-axis.

Kinematics

Equations of Motion

frame

The following symbols are used for components in the x, y, and z directions of the body frame:

Equations of Motion

with rigid-body inertia matrix MRB and Coriolis and centripetal matrix CRB

The applied forces and moments, represented by F and M respectively, arise due to a

number of effects:

Added Mass

In fluid mechanics, an accelerating (or decelerating) body must move some volume of the surrounding fluid which is called the added mass.

Added mass is a measure of the additional inertia created by water which accelerates with the submarine.

This force depends on certain parameters that must be calculated using the shape of

the AUV

Hydrodynamic Forces (Drag and Lift)

Drag is related to the fluid density , submarine frontal area Af and lies in the direction of the fluid velocity V

It is assumed that the sway (v) and heave velocity (w) are small compared with the surge (u). Angle of attack can be expressed: in the XZ-plane as tan = w/u or in the XY-plane as tan = v/u

Hydrodynamic Forces (Drag and Lift)

The components of total drag force in the Xsub-,Ysub-, and Zsubdirections may be expressed:

where:

Hydrodynamic Forces (Drag and Lift)

Lift L, acting at the centre of pressure, is generated perpendicular to the flow, as the submarine moves through the water. Relocating this force to act at the center of buoyancy causes a pitching moment M to be created

Lift force and pitching moment, when viewed in the XZ-plane are: where:

Using the expression of the angle of attack, under the assumption uw or v we have:

Hydrostatic forces

The orientation of the body frame relative to the world frame is described by Euler angles rotated in the order:

The static forces, weight (W) and buoyancy (B) act through the centre of gravity and centre of buoyancy respectively. When resolved onto the submarine body frame, these become:

Control surface forces and moments

Attitude of the vehicle is controlled by two horizontal stern planes, and two vertical rudders. Assuming diametrically opposite fins move together the empirical formula for fin lift is given as:

where CLf is the rate of change of lift coefficient w.r.t. fin effective angle of attack and Sfin is the fin planform area. e is the effective fin angle in radians. For the rudder:

Control surface forces and moments

Propeller forces and moments

The propeller provides forces Xprop and moments Kprop around the X axis of the body-fixed frame.

Conclusion

After calculating the forces we must rearrange the terms so to have the

following form:

M.v + C(v).v =

We still have to calculate the parameters associated with the AUV shape

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