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Autonomous underwater gliders are a class of underwater vehicles that transit without the help of a conventional propeller. The vehicle uses a buoyancy engine to vary its buoyancy and with the help of the wings attached executes its motion. The hydrodynamic characteristics of the vehicle affect the longitudinal and turning motion. This paper discusses the effect of the wing's position on the vehicle's lift and drag characteristics. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tool is used to estimate thedoi:10.14429/dsj.70.14742 fatcat:k4jya5khfjckpi3tbzfk6gmzji