The design of a DP-system is a challenging task with several technical fields involved in the problem solution. Numerical simulation is a powerful tool in order to aid the designer during the system development and to speed up the design process. This paper presents the simulation methodology adopted to design and test the dynamic positioning system for a vessel with a standard propulsion configuration. Simulation results and sea trial measurements are compared to illustrate the reliability of the proposed simulation platform.

Design and Validation of Dynamic Positioning for Marine Systems: a Case Study

S. Donnarumma;M. Figari;M. Martelli;S. Vignolo;M. Viviani
2018

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The design of a DP-system is a challenging task with several technical fields involved in the problem solution. Numerical simulation is a powerful tool in order to aid the designer during the system development and to speed up the design process. This paper presents the simulation methodology adopted to design and test the dynamic positioning system for a vessel with a standard propulsion configuration. Simulation results and sea trial measurements are compared to illustrate the reliability of the proposed simulation platform.
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