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Publikācija: Problems of Synthesis of Underwater Robots

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in other conference proceedings
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Problems of Synthesis of Underwater Robots
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.3 Mechanical engineering
Authors Jānis Vība
Igors Tipāns
Bruno Grasmanis
Māris Eiduks
Keywords optimal control, energy harvesting, flow and body interaction
Abstract The first part of this study was investigations the optimization task by using optimal control theory. The high speed task for energy harvesting from fluid flow is solved for two types of control action limits. One limit type is the boundary value of interacting surface, the second type – transition switching velocity from one surface level to other. It is shown that optimal area control law has one or two limits. In the second part of study problem of correct explanation of interactions between flow and surface is discussed.
Reference Vība, J., Tipāns, I., Grasmanis, B., Eiduks, M. Problems of Synthesis of Underwater Robots. In: Международная школа молодых ученых "Нелинейная динамика машин" (School-NDM). XVII симпозиум "Динамика виброударных (сильно нелинейных) систем" (DYVIS-2012): сборник трудов, Russia, Москва, 19-27 May, 2012. Москва: РАН, 2012, pp.272-275. ISBN 978-5-904282-03-5.
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