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Title: The Study of Engine Vehicles Functioning Based on Data Provided by the on-Board Computer
Author(s): Ramona-Monica Stoica   Irinel Dinu   Marius Simionescu   Gabriel Ciodaru               

Abstract: The issue of assessing and reducing the ship’s magnetic signature has long been studied through various means, ranging from experimental measurements to applying complex mathematical methods. Among the shipboard sources of magnetic field, the induced magnetization in the ship’s ferromagnetic hull and superstructure by the Earth’s static magnetic field has the greatest contribution. This paper describes an analytical method of computing the induced magnetic field in an ellipsoidal shell by an external of different directions: one parallel to the ellipsoid’s main axis, and another perpendicular to it. The field results are computed for three different depth planes below the ellipsoid, and relevant observations are formulated.

Keywords: electronic control systems, engine vehicle, main statistical characteristics, time-frequency analysis.

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