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Underwater Glider Navigation in a Nonhomogenous Current

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1 Author(s)
Ulanov, A.V. ; JSC Aquamarin, Saint-Petersburg, Lotsmanskaya street, 3 tel. 325-88-59, 325-85-69.

Methods of underwater glider navigation (Russian name - vesoplan) in a nonhomogenous current are proposed. Existing methods are described and problems of positioning of the vesoplan in a nonhomogenous current is stated. Use of method of dead-reckoning and its peculiarities are justified. Conclusion is made that, in this case, dead-reckoning is impossible without current field identification. Principles of current field identification and the algorithms based on them are described

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 11 )