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18 April 2008 Numerical analyses of stabilization and control for flapping-wing flight
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This paper investigates the stabilization and control for flapping-wing flight of a simple flapping-wing vehicle. The aerodynamic forces and moments of flapping-wing flight are estimated by modified strip theory. From the resultant forces of the aerodynamics the flight dynamic analyses have been performed. For simulating cruising flight, one of the proper conditions has been chosen through parametric study and is assigned to the dynamics. As a result the trajectory and the body orientation of the vehicle are obtained which shows phugoid and short period motion in trim condition. With an adequate tail-wing pitch control, the vehicle simulated level-up movement from a trim condition to another.
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Jin-Young Lee, Dae-Kwan Kim, Jun-Seong Lee, and Jae-Hung Han "Numerical analyses of stabilization and control for flapping-wing flight", Proc. SPIE 6928, Active and Passive Smart Structures and Integrated Systems 2008, 69281P (18 April 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.776162
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