2 edition of Active Control Systems For Load Alleviation, Flutter Suppression and Ride Control. found in the catalog.
Active Control Systems For Load Alleviation, Flutter Suppression and Ride Control.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development.
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Ozbay, H. Active control of a thin airfoil: flutter suppression and gust alleviation, IFAC Proceedings Volumes, , 26, pp – Aouf, N., Boulet, B. and Botez, R. H/sub 2/and H/sub/spl infin//-optimal gust load alleviation for a flexible aircraft, American Control Conference, Active control technology - Volume 81 Issue - A. Simpson, H. P. Y. Hitch
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technologies for active flutter suppression and gust-load alleviation. Research in these areas is being conducted at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center with the XA Multi-Utility Technology Testbed, a small, remotely piloted experimen-tal aircraft developed by Lockheed Martin Skunk Works for the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). And active control technology was assessed for flutter suppression, ride quality improvement, and gust load alleviation to overcome any potential adverse aeroelastic stability or response problems due to aerodynamic heating. A generic hypersonic aircraft configuration was selected which incorporates wing flaps, ailerons, and all moveable fins
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Active control systems for load alleviation, flutter suppression and ride control. [Neuilly-sur-Seine, France] North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development,  Active control systems for load alleviation, flutter suppression and ride control / Authors: North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
-- Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development Series: AGARDograph .?biblionumber= • Gust alleviation systems are already certified on passenger airplanes as well as ride comfort augmentation and maneuver load control systems.
• Those aeroservoelastic systems operate in harmony with the aircraft flight control system (FCS). • Active Flutter Suppression has been thoroughly researched since the mid s (when flight control Active flutter suppression and gust alleviation controller was designed for a delta wing model with two trailing edge control surfaces, by using linear quadratic Gaussian (LQG)/robust control theory.
Due to considering the minimum singular value of the system return difference matrix as constraint, blindness in traditional design method is The active control of nonlinear aeroelastic instability, such as active flutter suppression, is becoming a promising and attractive technology, because it can simultaneously reduce the weight and The RMS value of the gust response for the flexible modes and the control performance index are used as a metric to compare the control performance for gust load alleviation.
Using the initial and optimized wing configurations, GLA system is designed. The control performance index and the An active control surface modal (ACSM) device for aircraft buffet and gust load alleviation, and flutter suppression, embodied by this invention is different from all of the devices reviewed above.
Furthermore, this system can easily be implemented in existing as well as in new aircraft without significant alterations in the for augmented rigid body stability, maneuver load control, ride control, fatigue reduction, gust alleviation and flutter suppression. The DAST program is still in progress and will continue for several years.
The benefits of the aeroelastic control systems are increased aircraft Aircraft Active Flutter Suppression: State of the Art and Technology Maturation Needs. Eli Livne; (or maneuver load control), gust load alleviation, flight control systems for desired and safe handling qualities, and active ride comfort systems.
What is common in all these cases, regarding safety, is that, in addition to the strict Various active control systems have been accepted, certified, and used for years on commercial and military aircraft.
Those include maneuver load alleviation (or maneuver load control), gust load alleviation, flight control systems for desired and safe handling qualities, and active ride comfort systems.
What is common in all An active control surface modal (ACSM) device for aircraft buffet and gust load alleviation, and flutter suppression, embodied by this invention is different from all of the devices reviewed above.
Furthermore, this system can easily be implemented in existing as well as in Experimental Model-Based Aeroelastic Control for Flutter Suppression and Gust-Load Alleviation Article in Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics 35(5) September with 7 Reads The benefits and disadvantages of various active control systems for transport and fighter aircraft are discussed.
The problem of adverse structural coupling is addressed and possible solutions are outlined. Active Control Technology, gust load alleviation, flutter suppression, ride comfort. Veranstaltungstitel: Flight Mechanics Panel AGARD The last two tests employed active control laws for Flutter Suppression (FS), Gust Load Alleviation (GLA), and Ride Quality Enhancement (RQE).
Two objectives of the first two wind-tunnel tests were to understand the wind-tunnel model and to develop state-space representations of the wind-tunnel model for use in subsequent control law The utilization of active control systems for gust alleviation, load redistribution, flight control, and ride comfort improvements has matured over the last two decades to levels of reliability and safety that allow implementation and certification on both military and civil aircraft.
Active Flutter Suppression (AFS) – the reliance on active of an Active Flutter. load, some weight (F-8) had to be restored to meet flutter and fatigue requirements. Active gust-load alleviation added to the maneuver-load control greatly red uces the weight that has to be restored for fatigue (F-9).
Adding active-flutter suppression would yield For example, gust load alleviation using active control laws on commercial transports has only been implemented on aircraft such as the Lockheed L and the Airbus A, and active ﬂutter suppression has not achieved operational status on any civil aircraft.
In the early s, the ﬁrst practical demonstration of active ﬂutter suppression without conflicts: flutter suppression, maneuver load control, ride control, and fatigue load reduction (Figures 5 & 6). Significant gains in damping were obtained with the only the FMS system on and with all active systems on.
The case involved flutter instabilities of the mild nature at a low frequency of about Hz. That is, the loss of The possible use of active control systems and some combinations of passive and active systems, so called hybrid systems, as a means of structural protection against BBB's Business Review for Active Control Systems, Business Reviews and Ratings for Active Control Systems in Bellbrook, ://(ACS).html.
active blade tip, and active blade flap are presented, with emphasis on experimental results. Then, fixed wing aircraft applications are considered. Experiments of active flutter control, buffet suppression, gust load alleviation, and sonic fatigue reduction are discussed.
Conclusions and directions for further work are presented. Active control systems for load alleviation, flutter suppression and ride control, AGARD-AG[R].
London: Technical Editing and Reproduction Ltd.,  Advanced Aeroservoelastic testing and data analysis, AGARD-CP[R].
Hull: Canada Particularly, the use of piezoelectric transducers arises as one of the potential solutions in the design of gust load alleviation and structural mode suppression systems. In this paper, the gust load alleviation on a flexible smart idealized wing using only piezoelectric transducers is analyzed and experimentally ://Gust load alleviation (GLA) control systems attempt to attenuate aircraft loads caused by the aircraft flying through gust zone.
4 Active control technology (ACT) has been proved to be useful for alleviating the internal loads and accelerations at some particular stations of the aircraft while in turbulence. 5 Some control theories such as the