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Volume 177, 2018The 5th International Seminar on Ocean and Coastal Engineering, Environmental and Natural Disaster Management (ISOCEEN 2017)
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|Published online||04 July 2018|
Intact stability and seakeeping characteristics of autonomous surface vehicle (asv) using swath hullform to support bathymetry survey activities on the coastal area
Naval Architecture Department, Engineering Faculty, Diponegoro University,
2 Electrical Engineering Department, Engineering Faculty, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
3 Geodetical Engineering Department, Engineering Faculty, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
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The information is an important thing to search a new resource. In this decade, with leading-edge technology is easier to find any information about our earth. Thus, that is must be explored by the ships. The exploration works usually take a long time, and for convenience, the unmanned technology is much promised. In this research, we focused on the autonomous surface vehicle for bathymetry survey. To design the ASV, we must consider the reliability, efficiency, and safety. To reach those three components, the analysis of resistance, stability and wave response are necessary. Therefore, the hull form design is focused on Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull (SWATH) hull form. According to the numerical analysis, the proposed SWATH hull form of ASV is suitable for bathymetry activities. It can be proved by the stability performance which the maximum value of GZ is at 26.40. The resistance calculation result is indicated that the drag of coefficient of this hull form is about 0.013.
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