Under the Influence of Environmental and Climatic Factors, Sailing Vessel Windward Section Adjustment Algorithm

Xiaoming Cao, Hongtao Yu

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 1155-1159

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Abstract

It is of great practical value to adjust the best sailing section for sailing against the wind according to the changing environment and climate of the competition field, so as to promote the scientific training of sailing athletes and improve the performance of the race. Therefore, an algorithm for windward section adjustment of sailing boats under the influence of environmental and climatic factors is proposed. According to the environmental and climatic factors, that is, the influence of sea wind, wave and current on the sailing ship's course and speed; The model of environmental and climatic factors is constructed, and the adjustment decision of upwind sailing section is put forward. Simulation test results show that this method can effectively solve the problem of optimal section adjustment in windward running of sailing boats in direct sailing competition under the influence of environmental and climatic factors, can effectively guide sailing athletes to carry out scientific training, and has good theoretical significance and wide application.

Keywords

building protection, toxic chemical materials, sedimentary process, simulation

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