Morphing Wing Aeroelasticity by Continuous Dynamic Simulation using Nonlinear Aerodynamic/Nonlinear Structure Interaction (NANSI) Methodology*

Abstract

Our objective is to develop a nonlinear aerodynamic and nonlinear structural interaction (NANSI) methodology as an expedient aeroelastic tool to handle continuous dynamic motion of morphing vehicles/wings throughout the flight regimes of subsonic to transonic speeds. The proposed morph vehicles for method demonstration is the Lockheed Folding wing (the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Liu2009MorphingWA, title={Morphing Wing Aeroelasticity by Continuous Dynamic Simulation using Nonlinear Aerodynamic/Nonlinear Structure Interaction (NANSI) Methodology*}, author={D. D. Liu}, year={2009} }