Conceptual Design of An Aircraft Wing: Integration Management of Meso Structures in Passive Morphing Airfoils
Keywords:Airfoil, Meso-structures, Morphing wing, Fluid-structure interactions (FSI)
The aim of this study is to study and examine the behavioral characteristics of an airfoil integrated with Meso-structures, such as re-entrant or auxetic structure, a regular honeycomb and hybrid honeycomb. Understanding them through different analysis such as structural and computational fluid dynamics that will supplement the fluid-structure interaction, simulating the airfoil configurations under different static and working conditions such as different angles of attack that will simulate cruising and takeoff conditions. The results show that the desirable material for large deformation during flights is the GFRP material and the safer and more stable configuration is the Hybrid Honeycomb.
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