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Aeroelastic Control of Oblique-Wing Aircraft

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3 Author(s)
John J. Burken ; Aerospace Engineer., NASA Ames Research Center, Dryden Flight Research Facility, Edwards, California ; Gurbux S. Alag ; Glenn B. Gilyard

The U.S. Navy and NASA are currently involved in the design and development of an unsymmetric-skew-wing aircraft capable of 65° wing sweep and flight at Mach 1.6. A generic skew-wing aircraft model was developed for 45° wing skew at a flight condition of Mach 0.70 and 3048 m altitude. At this flight condition the aircraft has a wing flutter mode. An active implementable control law was developed using the linear quadratic Gaussian design technique. A method of modal residualization was used to reduce the order of the controller used for flutter suppression.

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American Control Conference, 1986

Date of Conference:

18-20 June 1986