DOI: https://doi.org/10.25043/19098642.160

Obtaining First and Second Order Nomoto Models of a Fluvial Support Patrol using Identification Techniques

Sandra Carrillo, Juan Contreras

Abstract


In this paper we present a method for obtaining a second order Nomoto model that describes the yaw dynamic of a Patrol River Boat. This model is obtained from experimental input and output data gathered from the turning circle maneuver. System identifications techniques and a gray box model are employed to find the coefficients of the Nomoto model.  The results of the identification process as well as the results of validation process are presented

Keywords


second order Nomoto model; coefficients of Nomoto; maneuverability; system identification; gray box model

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