Studies on submarine control for periscope depth operations

by John V. Tolliver

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Requirements for submarine periscope depth operations have been increased by integration with carrier battle groups, littoral operations, and contributions to joint surveillance. Improved periscope depth performance is therefore imperative. Submarine control personnel rely on a large number of analog gauges and indications. An integrated digital display system could enhance the ergonomics of the human control interface and display additional parameters. This thesis investigates the required feedbacks for robust automatic depth control at periscope depth, and thus indirectly determines the additional parameters desired for an integrated display. A model of vertical plane submarine dynamics is coupled with first and second order wave force solutions for a particular submarine hull form. Sliding mode control and several schemes of state feedback are used for automatic control. Head and beam seas at sea states three and four are investigated. The automatic control effectiveness provides insight into the indications used by the ship"s control party in operations at periscope depth. One possible display system is proposed, with several additional enhancements to improve ship"s safety, reduce operator fatigue, and enable accurate reconstruction of the events leading to a loss of depth control.

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PQS Submarine and Undersea Warfare. STUDY. PLAY. First submarine. Turtle sea control, supporting the land battle and strategic deterrence Periscope depth is perfect depth such that only the view piece of the periscope is above the surface of . The people who know won’t tell, and the people who will tell don’t know. I don’t actually know. I have studied engineering and it’s not too hard to work out that starting with the original program the USN nuclear boat has been designed to fulf. Periscope depth is the perfect depth such that only the view piece of the periscope is above the surface of the water while the rest of the submarine remains below. Today, the submarine force largely employs photonics masts, which utilize cameras to transmit images or video to the submarine instead of using mirrors and lenses, like a periscope. Biber (submarine) The Biber (German for "beaver") was a German midget submarine of the Second World War. Armed with two externally mounted centimetre (21 in) torpedoes or mines, they were intended to attack coastal shipping. They were the smallest submarines in the soundsofgoodnews.comors: Kriegsmarine.

A Study of Stonehenge. While being used when the submarine is submerged at periscope depth, antennas are subjected to the force of water flow against them, so they need a certain amount of tensile strength. The early subs were dangerous, and each crew member had to have equal knowledge of operations and casualty control. It is still a. At periscope depth the submarine would also do trash disposal operations, pump out bilge water and empty sanitary tanks. When the submarine was operating at periscope depth during normal operations anyone from the crew could look out of it. This was referred to as “periscope liberty”. Although each day under way helps crews develop basic submarine skills—such as diving, surfacing, maintaining depth, propulsion plant operations, and underway maintenance—the U.S. Navy should consider ways to provide more realistic and complex training for . Depth control tanks may be located either near the submarine's center of gravity, or separated along the submarine body to prevent affecting trim. When submerged, the water pressure on a submarine's hull can reach 4 MPa ( psi) for steel submarines and up to 10 MPa (1, psi) for titanium submarines like K Komsomolets, while interior.

Sep 19,  · The U.S. Navy's submarines will be using controllers from the Xbox video game system to control its periscope, according to The Virginian-Pilot.. Virginia-class submarines do not have rotating tube periscopes such as those seen in movies, according to the soundsofgoodnews.com: Joe Crowe. The amount of water in depth control tanks can be controlled to change depth or to maintain a constant depth as outside conditions (chiefly water density) change. Depth control tanks may be located either near the submarine's center of gravity, or separated along the submarine body to prevent affecting trim. Jan 09,  · Ross requested Willy`s permission to bring the Houston to periscope depth of approximately 60 feet to receive data from a passing navigational satellite. in submarine operations . The Gato class was a class of submarines built for the United States Navy and launched in –; they were the first mass-production U.S. submarine class of World War soundsofgoodnews.comer with their near-sisters the Balao and Tench classes, their design formed the majority of the United States Navy's World War II submarine fleet. Named after the lead ship of the class, USS Gato, the Gatos and Preceded by: Mackerel class.

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Sliding mode control and several schemes of state feedback are used for automatic control. Head and beam seas at sea states three and four are investigated.

The automatic control effectiveness provides insight into the indications used by the ship's control party in operations at periscope depth.

Sliding mode control and several schemes of state feedback are used for automatic control. Head and beam seas at sea states three and four are investigated.

The automatic control effectiveness provides insight into the indications used by the ship's control party in operations at periscope soundsofgoodnews.com by: 6. Sliding mode control and several schemes of state feedback are used for automatic control. Studies on submarine control for periscope depth operations book Head and beam seas at sea states three and four are investigated.

The automatic control effectiveness provides insight into the indications used by the ship's control party in operations at periscope soundsofgoodnews.com: John V. Tolliver. Jun 08,  · A submarine is routinely required to return to periscope depth; however, a transition from deep to shallow waters is one the most dangerous operations due to the potential to collide with surface soundsofgoodnews.com by: title and subtitle studies on submarine control for periscope depth operations By Tolliver John V, John V.

Tolliver, Fotis A. Papoulias, Author(s Tolliver and John V Abstract. Submarine command and control operations are not well understood, but they are an exemplar of macrocognition. For the first time, this study compares three operational scenarios in a simulated submarine control room: returning to periscope depth (RTPD), inshore operations (INSO), and dived tracking of contact (DT).Cited by: 8.

A new approach for the mathematical modelling of submarine dynamics at the periscope depth is presented. In the papers published so far, wave disturbances are modelled by a simple afine form.

This is a world’s first-of-a-kind study that compares three operational scenarios in a simulated submarine control room: Returning to Periscope Depth (RTPD), Inshore Operations (INSO) and Dived Tracking of Contact (DT).

The Event Analysis of Systematic Teamwork (EAST) method. title and subtitle studies on submarine control for periscope depth operations by Tolliver John V, John V. Tolliver, Fotis A. Papoulias, Author(s Tolliver, John V, A new approach for the mathematical modelling of submarine dynamics at the periscope depth is presented.

In the papers published so far, wave disturbances are modelled by a simple afine soundsofgoodnews.com: Sadko Mandžuka. Pitch-Depth Control of Submarine Operating in Shallow Water via Neuro-adaptive Approach. Studies of Submarine Control for Periscope Depth Operations, M.S.

Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School () Nonlinear Studies of Dynamic Stability of Submarines in the Dive soundsofgoodnews.com: Y. Song, Liguo Weng, Medorian D. Gheorghiu. Equipment Used by Submarines. On the surface the submarine will use HF and UHF communications as would a surface ship.

Underwater, VLF broadcasts can be received at periscope depth and occasionally at greater depths by use of the 'ALK' buoy which increases the reception depth. When at periscope depth the submarine has HF.

effect on the control system is outlined. Key-Words: Submarine, Depth control, Non-linear system, Modelling, Simulink. 1 Introduction There are not many papers dealing with the control problems of the submarine (most submarines are used for navy and military purposes, i.e.

classified). Oct 23,  · Document. Author Neville A. Stanton and Aaron P. Roberts: Abstract This is a world’s first-of-a-kind study that compares three operational scenarios in a simulated submarine control room: Returning to Periscope Depth (RTPD), Inshore Operations (INSO) and Dived Tracking of Contact (DT).

Under normal operations, it is indeed not generally practicable to manually maintain depth control at periscope depth solely by using variable ballast tanks. That said, ballistic missile submarines have a need to compensate for the large change in weight when launching missiles (and the subsequent flooding of missile tubes), and so use a.

greatly expands. Periscope depth is the depth at which a submarine interacts with the outside world. It has a periscope exposed along with one or more multi-purpose masts. During routine operations, a submarine is at periscope depth to conduct communications (receive and transmit), to establish navigational fixes, to perform housekeeping, and.

[3] Tolliver, J. V., Studies on Submarine Control for Periscope Depth Operations, Master's Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, [4] Mandžuka, S., Mathematical model of a submarine at the periscope depth, Brodogradnja, to be published.

[5] Mandžuka, S., Advances in mathematical modelling of a submarine, CAMS'98, Proceedings of. Submarine control room operations have not changed much over the past 50 years, despite introduction of new technologies. This study sought to catalog curr Examining Social, Information, and Task Networks in Submarine Command and Control - IEEE Journals & MagazineCited by: Periscopes on submarines may be as long as 60 feet (18 m).

When a submarine is submerged to a depth that is equal to the length of the periscope tube, it is considered to be at periscope depth. Because of the length of these periscopes, having two mirrors attached inside the ends of the periscope is not a sufficient method for carrying an image from the top window to the soundsofgoodnews.com: Kevin Bonsor.

Submarines play a central role in my books, so I thought it’d be a great idea to provide an introduction to the U.S. Navy’s nuclear powered submarines from someone who served aboard four different ones. Inside the Operations Compartment - Control Room (Traditional Type) - Normally, a submarine proceeds to periscope depth and "copies.

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ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF A SUBMARINE Sadko Mandžuka Control Engineering Department, Brodarski Institute, d.o.o., Av. soundsofgoodnews.comca 20, Zagreb, CROATIA (E-mail: [email protected]).

Abstract: A new approach for the mathematical modelling of submarine dynamics at the periscope depth is presented. Dec 01,  · Coming to periscope depth is one of the most intensive of the routine submarine operations. Errors in Fire Control and Sonar System information serve to produce uncertain contact solutions that complicate the decision of selecting a safe soundsofgoodnews.com: The periscope is the eye of the submarine.

It was invented and developed solely for the purpose of providing a means to view the surface without fear of detection by surface craft. While it is primarily simple in principle, actually it is a complicated piece of apparatus.

Simon Lake used periscopes in his submarines in Sir Howard Grubb perfected the device in World War I. Morgan Robertson (–) claimed to have tried to patent the periscope: he described a submarine using a periscope in his fictional works. USS Scorpion (SSN) The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage, a book providing a rare look into the world of nuclear submarines and espionage during the Cold War.

but were instead dealing with the risk of collision while on anti-surface ship operations when proceeding to periscope depth while in or near shipping soundsofgoodnews.comr: General Dynamics Electric Boat.

At Periscope Depth Exploring Submarine Proliferation in Southeast Asia--Case Studies of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam--Undersea Diesel Electric Subs, Philippines and Thailand These findings are significant because regional submarine operations that increase the potential for undersea conflict or accidents can be minimized if.

On a submarine, rig for red is only for periscope depth operations at night, to allow control room watchstanders eyes to adjust to the darkness topside. No other area on the boat rigs for red. Throughout the movie the lights darken along with battle stations.

No naval ship would reduce visibility on purpose in a heightened state. ()Actors: Joss Ackland. SUBMARINE CONTROL OF AN UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE H Demonstration of Submarine Control of an Unmanned conduct a detailed study for three levels of operational demonstrations: submarine is surfaced or at periscope depth with the mast extended so that the radome is.

Oct 03,  · Under normal operations, it is indeed not generally practicable to manually maintain depth control at periscope depth solely by using variable ballast tanks. That said, ballistic missile submarines have a need to compensate for the large change in weight when launching missiles (and the subsequent flooding of missile tubes), and so use a.

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