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|metadata.fyp.dc.title:||STUDY THE STABILITY OF FABRICATED REMOTELY OPERATED VEHICLE (ROV) BODY|
|metadata.fyp.dc.contributor.*:||SASINTHRAN A/L MURTHI|
|metadata.fyp.dc.description.abstract:||Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROVs) are a dominant underwater robotics which has very high demand in marine and offshore field. This project describes a study and development of buoyancy module or element for the fabricated ROV. A case study will be conducted in related of this project which is on the stability analysis of ROV in terms of its center of mass, gravity, buoyancy and the centroid of ROV body. This project is to show one of its functional principle which is the ROV should achieve the neutral buoyancy once it fully or partially submerged into the water. The fabricated ROV must also capable to dive into expected depth of water with associated floatation element which controlled by the vertical thrusting. The purpose of this research is to identify the suitable buoyancy module for ROV by the comparison between Syntactic Foam and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) tubing.|
|Appears in Collections:||Final Year Project - UniKL MIMET|
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