Reference : Numerical Continuation of Aeroelastic Systems: Shooting vs Finite Difference Approach
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/24468
Numerical Continuation of Aeroelastic Systems: Shooting vs Finite Difference Approach
English
Dimitriadis, Grigorios mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département d'aérospatiale et mécanique > Interactions Fluide-Structure - Aérodynamique expérimentale >]
May-2008
Limit Cycle Oscillation and Other Amplitude-Limited Self Excited Vibrations
[en] Cycle limite d’oscillation et autres vibrations auto-excitées à amplitude limitée
NATO Research and Technology Organisation
RTO-MP-AVT-152
Paper AVT-152-029, pages 29-1 to 29-14
No
No
International
Neuilly-sur-Seine
France
RTO Applied Vehicle Technology Panel (AVT) Symposium
du 5 mai au 8 mai 2009
NATO Research and Technology Organisation
Loen
Norway
[en] Nonlinear Aeroelasticty ; Numerical Continuation
[en] Nonlinearity in aeroelastic systems has become an important area of research. It is widely recognised that
nonlinearities due to the structure, control system or aerodynamic forces can affect aeroelastic systems,
such as aircraft, and can cause oscillatory phenomena that cannot be predicted using a purely linear
analysis. An important class of methods for predicting such phenomena from the equations of motion of a
nonlinear aeroelastic system is numerical continuation. There are several techniques for the application
of numerical continuation, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Here, the finite differences and
shooting approaches are implemented and compared. Both approaches are applied to a simple pitchplunge
nonlinear aeroelastic mathematical system.
Researchers ; Professionals
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/24468
http://www.rta.nato.int/Pubs/RDP.asp?RDP=RTO-MP-AVT-152

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