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A Combined Smart-Materials Approach for Next-Generation Airfoils

Abstract : This article will present a morphing wing actuated using both surface embedded Shape memory alloys (SMAs) and trailing edge Macro-fiber composites (MFCs). This combination enables the airfoil to simultaneously achieve large scale deformations at low frequencies as well as rapid actuation with a limited amount of displacement. Thereby not only can the shape of the airfoil be optimized in function of the current mission profile but also the shear layer can be influenced. Each actuator is modelled using both a finite element and/or an analytical model and the results will be verified experimentally.
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Johannes Scheller, Gurvan Jodin, Karl Joseph Rizzo, Eric Duhayon, Jean-François Rouchon, et al.. A Combined Smart-Materials Approach for Next-Generation Airfoils. Solid State Phenomena, Trans Tech Publications Ltd 2016, Mechatronic Systems and Materials VII 251, pp.106-112. ⟨10.4028/www.scientific.net/SSP.251.106⟩. ⟨hal-01347816⟩

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