Aeroelastic Behaviour of a Parameterised Circulation-controlled Wing

The aeroelastic behaviour of the wing of a short take-off and landing aircraft using the Coandă effect depends on its properties and shape. An existing reduced-order model is parameterised for detailed investigations. On the one hand, varying mass due to tank level and varying overall stiffness is implemented in the reduced-order model. The influence of the mass change on the aeroelastic behaviour is reflected in the stability maps. On the other hand, two-dimensional steady and unsteady aerodynamics of different nose shapes are investigated with detailed computational fluid simulations and included in the reduced-order model. The dependence on the profile shape and the frequency is described. Their influence on the aeroelastic behaviour is reflected by the stability maps as well.

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  • Accession Number: 01716893
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 1 2019 3:20PM