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Efficient Supersonic Air Vehicle Analysis and Optimization Implementation using SORCER
The Air Force Research Lab’s Multidisciplinary Science and Technology Center is currently investigating conceptual design processes and computing frameworks that could significantly impact the designExpand
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Grid interactive service-oriented programming environment
Improvements in distributed computing, and the technologies that enable them, have led to significant improvements in middleware functionality and quality, mainly through networking and protocols.Expand
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Quantification of Modeling Uncertainty in Aeroelastic Analyses
Traditional uncertainty quantification techniques in engineering analysis concentrate on the quantification of parametric uncertainties: inherent natural variations of the input variables. InExpand
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Unsteady Aeroelastic Optimization in the Transonic Regime
A methodology for including transonic e utter requirements in the preliminary automated structural design environment is developed and tested. The problem of minimizing structural weight whileExpand
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Optimal scheduling of control surfaces on flexible wings to reduce induced drag
An aircraft wing structure is a complex assemblage of interconnected elements composed of both metallic and composite materials. To capture the physics of the structural response at an appropriateExpand
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ADML : Aircraft Design Markup Language for Multidisciplinary Aircraft Design and Analysis
The process of conceptual aircraft design has advanced tremendously in the past few decades due to rapidly developing computer technology. Today’s modern aerospace systems exhibit strong,Expand
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A physics-based distributed collaborative design process for military aerospace vehicle development and technology assessment
This manuscript presents a design exploration and technology assessment process for military aerospace vehicles. The new process utilises physics-based analyses and a distributed collaborativeExpand
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Multiple Control Surface Utilization in Active Aeroelastic Wing Technology
This study investigates the use of multiple control surfaces to effect roll trim of aircraft. Analytic models of a rectangular wing and a e ghter aircraft are used as examples for steady aeroelasticExpand
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On a cellular division method for aircraft structural design
This work concerns the development of a biologically inspired methodology for topology optimisation of aircraft structures. The methodology is based on the map L systems modelling of cellularExpand
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WING TWIST AND CAMBER FOR THE ROLLING MANEUVER OF A FLEXIBLE WING WITHOUT AILERON
A technique of using elastic wing twist and camber to achieve a specified roll rate at all dynamic pressures is examined. Rather than using an aileron system for roll, antisymmetric elastic twist andExpand
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