Frequency and time domain analysis of an aeroelastic wing multiple component structure
Evans, Katie A.
Kuhn, Lisa M.
Walters, Jonathan B.
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Chakravarthy, Animesh; Evans, Katie A.; Kuhn, Lisa M.; Walters, Jonathan B. 2015. Frequency and time domain analysis of an aeroelastic wing multiple component structure. Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization, vol. 36:no. 9:pp 1122-1152
A multiple component structure consisting of two Euler-Bernoulli beams connected to a rigid mass is used to model the heave dynamics of a wing micro air vehicle. In the time domain, the attainment of a C-0-semigroup in the context of sesquilinear forms is demonstrated. In addition, the closed loop system is demonstrated to generate an exponentially stable C-0-semigroup. In the frequency domain, the infinite dimensional transfer function is determined and used to examine several properties of the system. Finally, an optimal control is used to morph the wings to a desired shape, and simulation results are demonstrated.
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