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|Title:||A feasibility study of submersible thermal robot glider controller|
|Citation:||World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2012; 72:433-438|
|Yang Zhao, and Amir Anvar|
|Abstract:||Submersible thermal glider is a small gliding AUV robot of 40,000-km operational range which harvests its propulsive energy from the heat flow between the vehicle engine and the thermal gradient of the temperate and tropical of deep-ocean water. In this paper, the design-optimisation of both the glider and the thermal control engine system are discussed including with the design-genesis and approach, field trial results, concept strength, and limitations and potential use.|
|Keywords:||Submersible; thermal; control; robot; glider; simulation; thermal; deep-ocean.|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering publications|
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