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Morphing wing technologies : large commercial aircraft and civil helicopters

Author: Antonio Concilio; Ignazio Dimino; Leonardo Lecce; Rosario Pecora
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Butterworth-Heinemann, [2018] ©2018
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Morphing Wings Technologies: Large Commercial Aircraft and Civil Helicopters offers a fresh look at current research on morphing aircraft, including industry design, real manufactured prototypes and certification. This is an invaluable reference for students in the aeronautics and aerospace fields who need an introduction to the morphing discipline, as well as senior professionals seeking exposure to morphing  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Antonio Concilio; Ignazio Dimino; Leonardo Lecce; Rosario Pecora
ISBN: 9780081009697 0081009690
OCLC Number: 1007290487
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource : color illustrations
Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Historical Background and Current Scenario --
1. Introduction --
2. Components of a Wing Morphing Structural System --
2.1. Structural Skeleton --
2.2. Actuation Systems --
2.3. Skin --
2.4. Control System --
2.5. Cabling --
2.6. Assembly --
3. Main Challenges --
3.1. Skins --
3.2. Actuation Systems --
3.3. Sensor Systems --
4. Back to the Past --
4.1. Wright's Flyer --
4.2. Plane and the Like for Aeroplanes --
4.3. Parker's Wing --
5. Modern Times --
5.1. NASA Studies --
5.2. DGLR Studies --
5.3. Mission Adaptive Wing --
5.4. Further NASA Studies --
6. Recent Activities-United States --
6.1. Adaptive Wing Reborn: SMAs --
6.2. DARPA Smart Wing Program --
6.3. DARPA Morphing Aircraft Structures Program --
7. Recent Activities-Europe --
7.1. ADIF --
7.2. Clean Sky --
8. Current Scenario --
8.1. Airbus-SARISTU (Smart Intelligent Aircraft Structures) --
8.2. Boeing-Adaptive Wing --
8.3. Flexsys and Gulfstream --
9. Tradition at the University of Napoli and CIRA --
9.1. Adaptive Airfoil --
9.2. Hinge-Less Wing --
9.3. Smartflap --
9.4. SADE --
9.5. Clean Sky-JTI-GRA-Low Noise --
9.6. EU-SARISTU --
9.7. Adaptive Aileron --
10. Future Perspectives --
10.1. Safe Design --
10.2. Skins and Fillers --
10.3. Direct Actuation: The Use of Smart Materials --
10.4. Wireless, Distributed Sensing --
10.5. Control System Architecture --
10.6. Cybernetics and Robotics --
Acknowledgments --
References --
University of Napoli and CIRA International Awards --
ch. 2 Aircraft Morphing-An Industry Vision --
1. Introduction --
2. Current Aircraft Capabilities --
2.1. Interest of Industry --
2.2. Some Considerations About Industry Aerodynamic Design Process --
2.3. Expected Performance Targets --
2.4. Manufacturing: New Materials and Controlled Industrial Processes --
2.5. Assembly and Quality: Automation and Integrated Parts --
2.6. Maintenance: Assessed Steps and Personnel Training --
2.7. Safety: Assessed Methods for Standard Architectures --
3. Current and Expected Needs --
3.1. Technology Transition --
3.2. Mission Configurable Wing --
3.3. Improved Flaps and Ailerons --
4. Morphing as a Solution --
4.1. Wing and Control Surface Feasible Solutions --
4.2. Some Specific Requirements --
5. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 3 Development of Morphing Aircraft Benefit Assessment --
1. Experiments as Basis for Morphing Progress --
2. Advent of Transonic Methods --
3. Automated Methods as Enabler for Large Scale Studies --
4. Reintroduction of Flexible Materials --
5. Final Step to Industrial Application --
References --
ch. 4 Span Morphing Concept: An Overview --
1. Introduction --
2. Effects of Span Increase --
2.1. Aerodynamic Effects --
2.2. Structural Effects --
2.3. Stability and Control Effects --
3. Span Morphing Concepts and Aircraft Performance --
3.1. Symmetric Span Morphing --
3.2. Asymmetric Span Morphing --
4. Implementation Challenges --
4.1. Telescopic Wings --
4.2. Hinged Structures --
4.3. Twin Spars --
5. Conclusions --
Acknowledgments --
References --
ch. 5 Adjoint-Based Aerodynamic Shape Optimization Applied to Morphing Technology on a Regional Aircraft Wing --
1. Introduction --
2. Handling of Morphing Shape Changes in a CFD Context --
2.1. Context of the Study --
2.2. Discrete Model of Displacement Field at the Trailing Edge --
2.3. 3D CFD Mesh Deformation Technique --
3. CFD Evaluation and Far-Field Drag Analysis Over a Wing Equipped with a Morphing System --
3.1. Finite-Volume Solver for the RANS Equations in elsA --
3.2. Far-Field Drag Extraction Tool --
4. Sensitivity Analysis Using a Discrete Adjoint of the RANS Equations --
4.1. Residual and Objective Function Dependencies --
4.2. Discrete Adjoint Method in elsA --
5. Local Shape Optimization Technique --
5.1. Definition of the Problem --
5.2. Method of Feasible Directions --
5.3. 2D Example: The Rosenbrock's Function Constrained by a Disk --
6. Aerodynamic Shape Optimization of Morphing System: An Application Within the EU Project SARISTU --
6.1. Optimization Problem --
6.2. Optimization Loop Presentation --
6.3. First Optimization --
6.4. Second Optimization --
6.5. Expectations on Morphing Technology --
7. Conclusion --
References --
Further Reading --
ch. 6 Expected Performances --
1. Introduction --
2. Reference Aircraft --
3. Active Camber Using Conventional Control Surfaces --
3.1. Five Panels Over the Flap Region --
4. Coupled Aerostructural Shape Optimization --
4.1. Morphing Leading Edge --
4.2. Morphing Trailing Edge --
5. Fuel Savings --
6. High-Fidelity Aerodynamic Analysis --
6.1. Leading Edge Morphing --
6.2. Trailing Edge Morphing --
7. Weight Saving --
7.1. Morphing Devices --
8. Benefit Exploitation in the Transport Aircraft Design --
9. Conclusions --
Acknowledgments --
References --
ch. 7 Morphing Skin: Foams --
1. Introduction --
2. Design Principles --
3. Low Temperature Elastomers --
4. Material Properties of HYPERFLEX --
5. Properties of Bonded Joints --
6. Properties of Morphing Skin --
7. Skin Manufacturing --
8. Summary and Conclusions --
References --
ch. 8 Design of Skin Panels for Morphing Wings in Lattice Materials --
1. Introduction --
2. Requirements for the Skin of a Morphing Wing --
3. Methodology for Nonlinear Homogenization of Periodic Structures --
4. Mechanical Properties of Skin Panels in Lattice Material --
4.1. Analysis of Selected Lattice Topologies --
4.2. Design Space of the Chevron Lattice --
5. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 9 Composite Corrugated Laminates for Morphing Applications --
1. Introduction --
2. Types of Corrugated Laminates --
3. Anisotropy and Stiffness Properties in Morphing Direction --
3.1. Anisotropy Indices of Stiffness Properties --
3.2. Compliance in Morphing Directions of Different Types of Composite Corrugated Laminates --
4. Strength and Stiffness Contributions in Nonmorphing Directions --
4.1. Failure Modes of Composite Corrugated Laminates and Strain Limits --
4.2. Evaluation of Structural Stiffness Contribution in Nonmorphing Directions --
5. Manufacturing of Composite Corrugated Laminates --
6. Development of Aerodynamically Efficient Morphing Skins --
6.1. Aerodynamic Issues in the Application of Composite Corrugated Laminates --
6.2. Performance Index Based on Ratio Between Bending and Axial Compliance --
6.3. Integration of an Elastomertic Cover on a Square-Shaped Corrugated Laminate --
7. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 10 Active Metal Structures --
1. Introduction --
2. Morphing Oriented Kinematic Chains: Working Principles and Design Approaches --
2.1. Spar Caps Section Area at Generic Cross-section --
2.2. Spars Webs, Skin Panels, Rib Plate Thickness at Generic Cross-Section --
3. Compliant Mechanisms: Working Principles and Design Approaches --
4. Applications of Morphing Oriented Kinematic Chains --
4.1. Morphing Concept Overview --
4.2. Structural Analyses --
5. Applications of the Compliant Mechanism Approach --
5.1. Arc-Based Flap, Actuated by SMA Active Elements --
5.2. X-Cell Architecture for a Single Slotted Flap --
6. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 11 Sensor Systems for Smart Architectures --
1. Introduction --
2. Strain Sensors --
2.1. Strain Gauge Foils --
2.2. Piezoelectric Devices --
2.3. Graphene-Based Polymers --
2.4. Fiber Optics --
3. Sensor Systems for Large Scale Integration --
3.1. Wireless Technology --
3.2. Sprayed Technology --
3.3. Distributed Technology --
3.4. Some Installation Issues --
4. Case Studies --
4.1. Shape Reconstruction of a Variable Camber Wing Trailing Edge --
4.2. Damage and Load Monitoring --
4.3. Rotation Angle Monitoring --
5. Conclusions and Perspectives --
References --
ch. 12 Control Techniques for a Smart Actuated Morphing Wing Model: Design, Numerical Simulation and Experimental Validation --
1. Introduction --
2. Project Background --
3. General Structures of the Open Loop and Closed Loop Control Architectures --
4. Open Loop Controllers --
4.1. Fuzzy Logic PD Controller --
4.2. Combined On-Off and PID Fuzzy Logic Controller --
4.3. Combined On-Off and Cascade PD-PI Fuzzy Logic Controller --
4.4. Combined On-Off and Self-Tuning Fuzzy Logic Controller --
5. Optimized Closed Loop Control Method --
6. Conclusions --
Acknowledgments --
References --
ch. 13 Influence of the Elastic Constraint on the Functionality of Integrated Morphing Devices --
1. Introduction --
2. Features of the FE Models --
2.1. LE Modeling Strategy --
2.2. TE Modeling Strategy --
2.3. WL Modeling Strategy --
3. Isolated Devices Behavior --
4. Global Stiffness of the Outer Wing Box --
5. Effects of the Actuation of the Morphing Devices --
5.1. Cross Effects --
5.2. Effects on the Wing Box --
6. Conclusions and Further Steps --
References --
ch. 14 Application of the Extra-Modes Method to the Aeroelastic Analysis of Morphing Wing Structures --
1. Introduction --
2. Aeroelastic Equilibrium Equation and Stability --
3. Extra-Modes Formulation --
4. Aeroelastic Analyses of Morphing Wings Using the Extra-Modes Method --
4.1. Effectiveness of Wing Twist Morphing as Roll Control Strategy --
4.2. Trade-Off Flutter Analysis of a Morphing Wing Trailing Edge --
5. Conclusions --
Bibliography --
ch. 15 Stress Analysis of a Morphing System --
1. Introduction --
2. Design of a Morphing Structure Note continued: 3. Finite Element Modeling of Morphing Structures --
3.1. Rib and Spars --
3.2. Fasteners --
3.3. Skin --
3.4. Actuation System --
4. Design Loads and Constraints --
5. Structural Design and Simulations --
5.1. Static Analysis at Limit and Ultimate Loads: Linear and Nonlinear Analysis --
5.2. Stress Analysis --
5.3. Buckling Analysis --
5.4. Modal Analysis --
6. Stress Margins of Safety --
6.1. Solid Parts --
6.2. Internal Connections --
7. Conclusions --
References --
Further Readings --
ch. 16 Morphing of the Leading Edge --
1. Summary --
2. Introduction --
3. Conceptual Approach to the Morphing of the Leading Edge --
4. Working Principle of the Architecture Selected to Produce the Drop Nose Effect --
5. Architecture Design --
5.1. Identification of the Kinematic Chain in the Rib Plane --
5.2. Topologic Optimization of the In-Plane Rib Architecture --
5.3. Spanwise Architecture and Actuation Design --
5.4. Modelling and Working Simulation of the Complete Architecture --
6. Prototyping --
7. Experimental Campaign --
7.1. Setup --
7.2. Experimental Results --
7.3. Numerical-Experimental Comparison --
8. Conclusions and Further Steps --
References --
ch. 17 Adaptive Trailing Edge --
1. Introduction --
2. Concept --
2.1. Layout --
3. Design --
3.1. Design Loads --
3.2. Structural Sizing --
3.3. Actuator Selection --
3.4. Results --
4. Safety and Reliability Aspects --
4.1. Generalities --
4.2. Distributed Actuation --
4.3. ATED Function --
4.4. Fault Hazard Assessment --
4.5. Functional Hazard Assessment --
5. Discussion: Implementation on Real Aircraft --
5.1. System Development --
5.2. Operational Aspects --
5.3. Aeroelastic Issues --
6. Conclusions and Future Developments --
Acknowledgments --
References --
Further Reading --
ch. 18 Morphing Aileron --
1. Introduction --
2. Conceptual Approach --
3. Working Principle and T/A Architecture --
4. Actuation System Design --
5. Numerical Simulations --
5.1. Interface Load --
6. Prototyping --
7. Experimental Tests and Main Outcome --
7.1. GVT and Numerical Correlation --
7.2. Functionality Test --
7.3. Experimental Shapes --
8. Wind Tunnel Tests --
9. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 19 Morphing Technology for Advanced Future Commercial Aircrafts --
1. Introduction --
2. ATED Manufacturing --
2.1. Morphing System --
2.2. Manufacturing --
2.3. Assembly --
2.4. Test Campaign --
2.5. Conclusions --
3. Other Experiences --
3.1. 3AS Project --
3.2. CURVED Project --
4. Future Studies-The Morphing Rudder --
4.1. Synthesis --
4.2. Manufacturing Challenges --
4.3. Lateral Directional Stability Analysis --
5. Conclusions --
References --
Further Reading --
ch. 20 Morphing Wing Integration --
1. Introduction --
2. Demonstrator Components --
2.1. Wing Box Primary Structure --
2.2. Leading Edge --
2.3. Trailing Edge --
2.4. Winglet --
3. Conditions of Assembly --
4. Jig --
5. Equipment and Tooling --
6. Demonstrator Assembly --
6.1. Assembly of the Wing Box --
6.2. Morphing Systems Installation: The Leading Edge --
6.3. Morphing Systems Installation: The Trailing Edge --
6.4. Morphing Systems Installation: The Winglet --
7. FBG Sensor Network --
8. Conclusions --
Acknowledgments --
References --
ch. 21 Morphing Devices: Safety, Reliability, and Certification Prospects --
1. Introduction --
2. System Level Approaches to the Certification of Morphing Wing Devices --
2.1. Adaptive Droop Nose --
2.2. Adaptive Trailing Edge Device --
2.3. Morphing Winglet --
2.4. Defining the System Level Functions of Morphing Devices --
2.5. Dual Level Safety --
3. Functional Hazard Assessment --
4. Dual-Level Approach for the FTA of a Morphing Wing --
5. Common Cause Analyses --
5.1. Particular Risk Analysis --
5.2. Common Mode Analysis --
5.3. Zonal Safety Analysis --
6. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 22 On the Experimental Characterization of Morphing Structures --
1. Introduction --
2. Testing Practices for Morphing Systems --
2.1. Morphing Trailing Edge Device --
3. Unit Tests: From Component to Morphing System Verification --
3.1. Skin Over Dummy --
3.2. Actuators Over Dummy --
3.3. Control System Over Dummy --
3.4. Control System Over Skinned Dummy --
3.5. Complete System --
4. System Integration Test Bench for Morphing Systems --
5. Full-Scale Testing --
5.1. Shape Control of Adaptive Wings --
5.2. Wing Shape Controller Strategies and Experimental Verification --
6. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 23 Wind Tunnel Testing of Adaptive Wing Structures --
1. Introduction --
1.1. General Test Procedure for the Morphing Item --
2. 3AS --
2.1. Requirements for the EURAM and Experimental Facilities --
2.2. Model Design and Manufacture --
2.3. Laboratory Tests --
2.4. Aeroelastic Wing Tip Controls Concept --
2.5. All-Movable Vertical Tail Concept --
2.6. Selective Deformable Structure Concept --
3. SADE --
3.1. Wing Demonstrator --
3.2. Videogrammetry Method of Deformation Measuring --
3.3. Test Object and Experimental Facility --
3.4. Measuring Process and Data Handling --
4. SARISTU --
4.1. Objectives of the Wind Tunnel Test --
4.2. Ground Vibration Test and Flutter Expansion Test --
4.3. Load Measurements --
4.4. Calculations of Wing Demo Aerodynamics in T-104 WT --
4.5. Deformations Measurements of the Wing with Elastic Controls in WT T-104 Flow --
5. Conclusions --
Acknowledgments --
References --
ch. 24 Rotary Wings Morphing Technologies: State of the Art and Perspectives --
1. Introduction --
2. Overview of Rotor Morphing Technologies --
2.1. Trailing Edge Flaps --
2.2. Active and Variable Twist --
2.3. Variable Span --
2.4. Emerging Rotor Morphing Technologies --
3. Critical Review of Some Significant Efforts --
3.1. Active Trailing and Leading Edge Devices --
3.2. Individual Blade Control --
3.3. Active Twist --
3.4. Variable Span --
3.5. Slowed/Stopped Rotor --
4. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 25 Aerodynamic Analyses of Tiltrotor Morphing Blades --
1. Introduction --
2. Aim and Structure of the Chapter --
3. Research Context --
4. Outline of Methods and Numerical Tools --
4.1. Integration and Optimization Environment --
4.2. MDA Procedures and Optimization Processes --
4.3. BEMT Analysis --
4.4. CFD Driven Analysis --
4.5. Blade Parameterization --
4.6. Airfoil Selection --
4.7. Surface Grid Generation --
4.8. Volume Grid Generation --
5. Background --
6. Case Study --
6.1. Description of Activities --
6.2. Baseline Geometry --
6.3. Optimization Objectives and Strategy --
7. Un-Morphed Blades --
8. Morphing Blades --
8.1. Blade Span Morphing and Variable Speed Rotor --
8.2. Blade Section Morphing --
9. Conclusions --
References --
ch. 26 Synergic Effects of Passive and Active Ice Protection Systems --
1. Introduction --
2. Pros and Cons of Considered IPS --
2.1. Thermoelectric IPS --
2.2. Low-Power Consuming Piezoelectric Deicing Systems --
2.3. Hydrophobic Coatings --
2.4. Alternative Strategy Based on a Hybrid Approach --
3. Design and Realization of the IPS --
3.1. Hydrophobic Coating Design and Process Assessment --
3.2. Thermoelectric System Design and Ice Shedding Prediction --
3.3. Piezoelectric IPS Sizing and Parameters Assessment --
4. Experimental Validation --
4.1. First WT Test Campaign --
4.2. Second WT Test Campaign --
5. Conclusions --
Acknowledgment --
References --
Further Reading --
ch. 27 Helicopter Vibration Reduction --
1. Introduction --
2. NextGen Vibration Levels --
3. Vibration Specifications --
4. Source of Helicopter Vibratory Loads --
5. How Do Vibratory Loads Get Into the Fuselage? --
6. What Is Used for Vibration Control Now? --
6.1. Why Not Isolation? --
6.2. Venerable Frahm --
6.3. Fuselage-Based Frahms --
6.4. Rotor-Based Frahms --
6.5. Frahms Are Heavy --
6.6. Active Vibration Control --
6.7. Dynamic Antiresonant Vibration Isolator --
7. More Problems With Frahms --
8. Active Counter-Force --
8.1. Higher Harmonic Control --
9. Individual Blade Control --
9.1. Hydraulic IBC --
9.2. Electrical IBC --
9.3. On-Blade Flaps --
10. Path Forward --
Acknowledgments --
References.
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Morphing Wings Technologies: Large Commercial Aircraft and Civil Helicopters offers a fresh look at current research on morphing aircraft, including industry design, real manufactured prototypes and certification. This is an invaluable reference for students in the aeronautics and aerospace fields who need an introduction to the morphing discipline, as well as senior professionals seeking exposure to morphing potentialities. Practical applications of morphing devices are presented-from the challenge of conceptual design incorporating both structural and aerodynamic studies, to the most promising and potentially flyable solutions aimed at improving the performance of commercial aircraft and UAVs. Morphing aircraft are multi-role aircraft that change their external shape substantially to adapt to a changing mission environment during flight. The book consists of eight sections as well as an appendix which contains both updates on main systems evolution (skin, structure, actuator, sensor, and control systems) and a survey on the most significant achievements of integrated systems for large commercial aircraft.

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<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9780081009697>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "0081009690" ;
    schema:isbn "9780081009697" ;
    .

<http://www.worldcat.org/title/-/oclc/1007290487>
    a genont:InformationResource, genont:ContentTypeGenericResource ;
    schema:about <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1007290487> ; # Morphing wing technologies : large commercial aircraft and civil helicopters
    schema:dateModified "2018-09-19" ;
    void:inDataset <http://purl.oclc.org/dataset/WorldCat> ;
    .


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