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1st Edition

Revival: Twelfth International Conference on Adaptive Structures and Technologies (2002)

ISBN 9781138562875
Published January 25, 2019 by CRC Press
362 Pages

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Book Description

This paper reviews some of the important technical barriers that must be overcome to achieve truly efficient flying adaptive micro air vehicles (MAVs). As defined by the Defense Advanced Research Agency (DARPA), MAVs are vehicles with no length dimension greater than 6 inches. These vehicles typically weigh less than 100 grams and some can fly for approximately 30 minutes. Over the past decade significant progress has been made in developing these small-scale mechanical flying machines. However, there is still much work to be done if these vehicles are to approach the efficiency and performance of biological fliers. This paper reviews the status of current miniature mechanical flying machines and compares their performance with common biological flyers such as birds, and small insects. This comparison reveals that advances in aerodynamic efficiency, lightweight and adaptive wing structures, energy conversion/propulsion systems and flight control are required to match or exceed the performance of nature’s great flyers.

Table of Contents

Feasibility of Adaptive Micro Air Vehicles

Felipe Bohorquez, Darryll J. Pines, and Christopher Cadou

Development of a Strain-Rate Dependent Model for Uniaxial Loading of SMA Wires

Harsha Prahlad and Inderjit Chopra

Adaptive Control of Semi-Active Variable Stiffness Devices for Narrow-Band Disturbance Rejection

Farhan Gandhi and Phuriwat Anusonti-lnthra

Advanced Actuators

Ephrahim Garcia

Mechanically Ratcheting Piezoelectric Motors

George A. Lesieutre et al.

Solid-Fluid Hybrid Actuation: Concepts, Models, Capabilities and Limitations

Marc Regelbrugge and Eric Anderson

Compact Piezo-Hydraulic Hybrid Actuator

Jayant Sirohi and Inderjit Chopra,

Performance Modeling in a Piezo-Hydraulic Actuator

Christopher Cadou and Bing Zhang

Experimental Studies of Zero Spillover Scheme for Active Structural Acoustic Control Systems

Moustafa Al-Bassiyouni and Balakumar Balachandran

Smart Damping

Yuji Matsuzaki

An Adaptable Active-Passive Piezoelectric Absorber For Nonstationary Disturbance Rejection — Theory and Implementation

Ronald A. Morgan and Kong-Well Wang

Hybrid Piezoelectric Damping System for Flexible Three-Story Structure with Base Excitation

Kazuhiko Adachi, Yoshitsugu Kitamura, and Takuzo Iwatsubo

Electrorheological Damper Analysis Using an Eyring Constitutive Relationship

Lionel Bitman et al.

Vibration Control of Train Suspension Systems via MR Fluid Dampers

Wei-Hsin Liao and Dai-Hua Wang,

Testing and Modeling of Magnetorheological Vibration Isolators

Young-Sik Jeon, Young-Tai Choi, and Norman M. Wereley,

Identification And Control

Roger Ohayon

Model to Determine the Performance Requirements of Adaptive Materials used to Morph a Wing with an Aerodynamic Load

Gregory W. Pettit, Harry H. Robertshaw, and Daniel J. Inman

Shape Control with Karhunen-Loève-Decomposition: Experimental Results

Weihua Zhang and Bernd Michaelis

Damage Identification in Aging Aircraft Structures with Piezoelectric Wafer Active Sensors

Victor Giurgiutiu, Andrei Zagrai, and JingJing Bao

Adaptive Stiffness Design For Multi-Material Structural System

Masao Tanaka, Masahiro Todoh and Akihisa Naomi

Smart Materials

Manfred Wuttig

Constitutive Model of Shape Memory Alloys Based on the Phase Interaction Energy Function and its Application to Thermomechanical Process

Hisashi Naito, Yuji Matsuzaki, and Tadashige Ikeda

Manufacture Of Ionic Polymer Actuators Using Non-Precious Metal Electrodes

Matt Bennett and Donald J. Leo

Chemoelectric and Electromechanical Modeling of Ionic Polymer Materials

Kenneth M. Newbury and Donald J. Leo

Modeling And Identification

Alison Flatau

Vibration Testing and Finite Element Analysis of Inflatable Structures

Marion Sausse et al.

Fiber Tip Based Fiber Optic Acoustic Sensors

Miao Yu and Balakumar Balachandran

Modeling of Plate Structures Equipped with Current-Driven Electrostrictive Actuators for Active Vibration Control

Frederic Pablo and D. Osmont

Electro-Mechanical Coupled Modeling and Optimization of Passively Damped Adaptive Composite Structures

Robert Thornburgh and Aditi Chattopadyay

Interrogation of Beam and Plate Structures Using Phased Array Concepts

Ashish S. Purekar and Darryll J. Pines

Modelization and Numerical Approximation of Active Thin Shells

Michel Bernadou and Christophe Haenel

Development of A PVDF Piezopolymer Sensor for Unconstrained In-Sleep Cardiorespiratory Monitoring

Feng Wang, Mami Tanaka and Seiji ChonanSimultaneous Design of Structural Topology and Control

Ye Zhu et al.

High-Load/High-Speed Systems

Norman M. Wereley

Modelling and Design of High-Load Actuator Systems in Adaptive Structures

Elmar J. Breitbach and Harald P. Breitbach

Development of Smart Missile Fins with Active Spoiler

Seung Jo Kim, Chul Yong Yun, and Seong Hwan Moon

An Adaptronic Solution To Increase Efficiency Of High-Speed Parallel Robots

Delf Sachau et al.

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Norman Wereley is  Department Chair, Minta Martin Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Fellow: AIAA, ASME, IOP, SPIE, AHS, Director, Composites Research Laboratory (CORE), Department of Aerospace Engineering.