Morphing Wing: A Demonstration of Aero Servo Elastic Distributed Sensing and Control

@inproceedings{Patel2005MorphingWA,
  title={Morphing Wing: A Demonstration of Aero Servo Elastic Distributed Sensing and Control},
  author={Snehalee Patel and Manoranjan Majji and Bong Su Koh and John L. Junkins and Othon K. Rediniotis},
  year={2005}
}
This paper details efforts made in the design, analysis, and control of a novel morphing wing for NASA utilizing cuttingedge intelligent material technology. The theoretical modeling of the aerodynamic characteristics of a morph-able wing has been achieved by applying Prandtl-Glauert’s Lifting Line Theory. Using this Vortice-Lattice method in accordance with the computing language FORTRAN the drag, lift, and pitching moments of the morphing wing were calculated. The functional behavior that… CONTINUE READING

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