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UUM 533 - Aeroelasticity

Course Objectives

Understand the effects of various aeroelastic properties on the design and performance of aeronautical vehicles. Students should be able to quantify the effects of the inertial, structural and aerodynamic parameters that affect divergence, control surface reversal and flutter. Students should be able to calculate critical speeds for these phenomena for simple wings using steady, and in the case of flutter, quasi-steady aerodynamic assumptions.

Course Description

1. Introduction to Aeroelastic Phenomena
2. Static Aeroelasticity: Divergence (Torsion spring model)
3. Control Surface Reversal (TS model)
4. Divergence of a wing via beam model.
5. Structural and aerodynamic influence coefficients
6. Divergence of a wing via matrix model.
7. Matrix model of aileron reversal.
8. Midterm Exam
9. Dynamic Aeroelasticity: Equations of Motion
10. Flutter- Introduction.The nature of flutter.
11. Flutter of a simple system with one degree of freedom
12. Flutter of a simple system with two degrees of freedom
13. Practical flutter analysis tecniques. V-g method
14. Gust Response

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Metin Orhan Kaya
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