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A Study of a Short-Baseline Acoustic Positioning System for Offshore Vessels

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The underwater position of the beacon determined using the conventional mode of the short-baseline acoustic positioning system (SBL system) is usually incorrect due to the inaccuracy of underwater-measured sound speed, which is affected by the environment. This article presents a corrected mode of SBL system to offer a precise solution for the underwater beacon position. The corrected mode using the formulation of Euclidean geometry converges quickly and efficiently, obtaining the precise position of the beacon. Finally, a simulation of coring missions of a vessel is presented to verify the accuracy of the corrected mode of the SBL system.
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Keywords: CORRECTED MODE; EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY; SHORE BASELINE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 1999

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