Oblique_Morph_CDR - Obliquing Wing with Extendable Span Critical Design Review AAE 490T/590T AT 490D Tech 581N Design/Build/Test Professor John

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Unformatted text preview: Obliquing Wing with Extendable Span Critical Design Review AAE 490T/590T AT 490D Tech 581N Design/Build/Test Professor John Sullivan Professor William Watkins Spring 2003 Purdue University School of Aeronautics and Astronautics 1282 Grissom Hall West Lafayette, IN 47907-128 Critical Design Review AAE 490T/590T AT 490D Tech 581N Design/Build/Test Professor John Sullivan Professor William Watkins Spring 2003 We, the undersigned authors, hereby declare the originality of all material in this report, unless properly cited or referenced. The Obliquing Wing with Extendable Span Group ______________________________________________________________________ Jeff Decker, Aerodynamics, Dynamics and Controls Date ______________________________________________________________________ Wade McMillan, Mechanisms Date ______________________________________________________________________ Doug Mousseau, Mechanisms, Structures Date ______________________________________________________________________ Stephanie Steber, Structures Date Table of Contents Section Declaration of Originality Table of Contents Table of Contents, Appendix List of Figures List of Tables List of Figures, Appendix List of Tables, Appendix Nomenclature 1. Executive Summary 2. Request for Proposal 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Design Objectives and Requirements 2.3 Mission Description 3. Aircraft Summary 3.1 Overview 3.2 Aircraft Selection 3.3 Aircraft Lay-out 4. Performance 5. Aerodynamics 5.1 Two Dimensional Airfoil Analysis 5.2 Aircraft Aerodynamics 5.3 Modified Clark-Y Analysis 5.4 Spanwise Lift Distribution 6. Dynamics and Controls 6.1 Comparison of Rolling Moments 6.2 Rolling Moment Due to Rudder Deflection 7. Actuation 7.1 Servos 7.2 Throttle, Rudder, and Elevator 7.3 Span Extension 7.4 Wing Obliquing 8. Structures 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Material Selection 8.3 Wing Analysis 9. Construction 9.1 Fuselage, Landing Gear and Tail Assembly 9.2 Fixed and Extendable Wings 10. Conclusion 11. Appendix of MATLAB Code iii List of Figures Section 1. Executive Summary 2. Request for Proposal 3. Aircraft Description 3.1 Unmorphed and Morphed Configurations 3.2 Aircraft 3-View 4. Performance 5. Aerodynamics 5.1 Drag polar for Clark-Y at several different Reynolds numbers 5.2 Clark-Y sections with 0.2c flaps deflected +/-15 o 5.3 Comparison of lift distribution of four different configurations 5.4 Lift distribution comparison for left turning at cruise angle of attack 6. Dynamics and Controls 6.1 Clark-Y sections with 0.2c flaps deflected +/-15 o 7. Actuation 7.1 Span Actuation Concept: Front View of Half-Wing 7.2 Friction Reducing Plates 7.3 Caster 7.4 Loading Test of Caster (Oblique Mechanism) 7.5 Worm Gear 7.6 Worm Gear System for Oblique Actuation 8. Structures 8.1 Lay-out of Stadyn Analysis 8.2 Deflection along the wingspan 8.3 Moment along the wingspan 9. Construction 9.1 Assembly of Fixed Wing Sections 10. Conclusion iv List of Tables Section 1. Executive Summary 2. Request for Proposal 3. Aircraft Description...
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Oblique_Morph_CDR - Obliquing Wing with Extendable Span Critical Design Review AAE 490T/590T AT 490D Tech 581N Design/Build/Test Professor John

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