Development and Flight Test of a Multi-function Controller for Automated Cruise Flaps on an Aircraft Wing

Development and Flight Test of a Multi-function Controller for Automated Cruise Flaps on an Aircraft Wing

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The pressure-based technique developed by previous researchers using natural-laminar-flow (NLF) airfoils must be modified somewhat for the low Reynolds number SD7037 airfoil used in this research. Drag polars for low Reynolds number airfoils do not behave as predictably as those for NLF airfoils at much higher Reynolds numbers. A series of rigid-aircraft simulations were conducted to show the effectiveness of the multi-function controller, which was able to simultaneously reduce drag and alleviate the effects of vertical gusts.Servo reader: Measures the pulse widths of the servo signals from the R/C receiver for the flap, elevator, aileron, and landing gear ... each module had its own (smaller) board and was connected to other boards through a wiring harness.


Title:Development and Flight Test of a Multi-function Controller for Automated Cruise Flaps on an Aircraft Wing
Author: Craig Allen Cox
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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