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Non-Linear Effects in Aircraft Ground and Flight Vibration Tests.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development.

Non-Linear Effects in Aircraft Ground and Flight Vibration Tests.

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SeriesAGARD report -- 652
ContributionsHaidl, G.
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Open LibraryOL21697340M

The FAA reviewed the current FSTD qualification standards and found that many of the currently required objective tests do, in fact, test the fidelity on an FSTD in this phase of flight. Objective tests, such as the required minimum unstick speed takeoff test (Vmu), landing tests, and ground effect tests should provide for a reasonable. Ground vibration testing has as its fundamental objective the definition of vibration mode frequencies, mode shapes, and damping characteristics of an aircraft. These data then become the basis for for the analytical development of a mathematical vibration model of the airplane or serve as a check on such a model once it is developed. U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory: The effects of alpha particles on low density polyethylene /, The numerical solution of non-linear differential equations by the method of steepest descent /, Verification of ground test data by instrumented flight test of an artillery shell /, . Eagan, M.E. () “Supplemental metrics to communicate aircraft noise effects”, Transportation Research Board ADC 40 Committee, Noise and Vibration Conference, Transportation Research Record Issue , ISBN , pp Fastl, H., () “Railway Bonus and Aircraft Malace: Subjective and Physical Evaluation”.


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Non-Linear Effects in Aircraft Ground and Flight Vibration Tests. by North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aircraft Ground Vibration Testing at ONERA S. Giclais, P. Lubrina, C. Stephan (ONERA) E-mail: [email protected] DOI: /AL During the development of a new aircraft, the Ground Vibration Test (GVT) is an important milestone because flutter computation relies on its results to determine the start of flight Size: 3MB.

A ground vibration test (GVT) on the prototype of a new aircraft is often regarded as necessary in order to make reliable flutter predictions for flight tests and to update the mathematical model.

Ground Vibration Test (GVT) is one of the standard tests used for designing new aircraft. In this paper, GVT was carried out on an aircraft structure model by the phase separation method. Modern solutions for Ground Vibration Testing of large aircraft Bart Peeters(1), Héctor Climent(2) active systems and the need to quantify non-linear behaviour.

At the same time, a high time pressure Flight Tests Vibration Tests Calibrated Virtual Prototype. Ground vibration tests (GVTs) on aircraft prototypes are mainly performed to identify experimentally the structural dynamic behaviour in terms of a modal model.

This assumes linear dynamic behaviour of the structure. However, it is often observed in practice of ground vibration testing that structures do not behave in a perfectly linear by: 2.

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Moreover, special multisine data acquisition and processing methods to identify the level of nonlinearity will be illustrated by means of Ground Vibration Testing data of an F aircraft. The presented methods allow assessing the non-linearities at a single excitation level, which is in contrast to the more traditional method of repeating the Cited by: 1.

The estimation of loads acting on an aircraft structure is an indispensable task ranging from conceptual, preliminary, and detail design to loads flight testing when an aircraft is already in service.

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ABSTRACT: A generalized technique has been developed that reduces the contributions of non-linear. Nonlinear Flight Dynamics of Very Flexible Aircraft Christopher M. Shearer ⁄ and Carlos E.

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The 6-DOF equations of motion of a reference point on the aircraft are coupled with. The motivation of this paper is to detect the nonlinear vibration phenomenon of an aircraft rotor system caused by maneuvering flight, which has been rarely Non-Linear Effects in Aircraft Ground and Flight Vibration Tests.

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The model-based flight control system design for a highly flexible flutter demonstrator, developed in the European FLEXOP project, is presented. The flight control system includes a baseline controller to operate the aircraft fully autonomously and a flutter suppression controller to stabilize the unstable aeroelastic modes and extend the aircraft’s operational by: 6.

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Inside this text file are the following details of previous flights: Dates of. • Phase 1 – Ground vibration testing and modal analysis. During this phase the modal parameters of the aircraft/store combination are determined by performing a Ground Vibration test (GVT) and, by performing a modal analysis, extract the modal parameters (resonant.

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