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082 04 629.134/32|223 
245 00 Modeling and control for a blended wing body aircraft :|ba
       case study /|cMartin Kozek, Alexander Schirrer, editor. 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer,|c[2014] 
264  4 |c©2015 
300    1 online resource (xiv, 301 pages) :|billustrations (some 
       color). 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Advances in Industrial Control,|x1430-9491 
500    Includes index. 
505 0  Series Editors' Foreword; Foreword; Preface; Contents; 
       Acronyms; 1 Overview and Motivation; 1.1 Greening Air 
       Transport; 1.2 The ACARE 2020 Vision; 1.3 The ACFA 2020 
       Project; 1.3.1 Overview and Deliverables; 1.3.2 Main 
       Deliverable 1: Solutions for Active MIMO Control for BWB-
       Type Aircraft; 1.3.3 Main Deliverable 2: ACFA 2020 
       Aircraft Configuration (Predesign of an Ultra-Efficient 
       450 Passenger BWB-Type Aircraft); 1.3.4 Consortium and 
       Figures; 1.4 Recent Developments in New Aircraft 
       Configurations; 1.5 Recent European Research Activity on 
       the BWB. 
505 8  1.6 Recent Developments in Aircraft Conceptual Design 
       Modeling and Simulation Methods1.6.1 Overall Design; 1.6.2
       Propulsion; 1.6.3 Aerodynamics; 1.7 Flight Control Design;
       1.7.1 General Goals; 1.7.2 Loads Alleviation; 1.7.3 
       Handling Qualities; 1.7.4 ACFA 2020 Control Design 
       Challenges; References; Part IAircraft Design and 
       Modeling; 2 Conceptual Design; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 
       Requirements and Mission Definition; 2.2.1 Operational 
       Performance; 2.2.2 Passenger Cabin and Landing Gear 
       Definition; 2.2.3 Lifting Surface Requirements; 2.2.4 Fuel
       Capacity; 2.3 Design Process; 2.3.1 Structural Weight. 
505 8  2.3.2 Aerodynamics and Control2.3.3 Engine; 2.4 
       Multidisciplinary Design Optimization in the Structural 
       Design Process; 2.5 Configuration Selection; 2.5.1 
       Results; 2.5.2 Aircraft Selection; 2.5.3 Conclusion and 
       Outlook; References; 3 Numerical Simulation Model; 3.1 
       Introduction; 3.2 Preliminary Structural Modeling; 3.2.1 
       Testing FEM Structure; 3.3 ACFA BWB Structural Modeling; 
       3.3.1 Overview on Structural Modeling; 3.3.2 ACFA 
       Geometry; 3.3.3 Material Properties; 3.3.4 Load Cases; 
       3.3.5 Structural Concepts; 3.3.6 Nonstructural Masses; 
       3.3.7 Finite Element Calculation; 3.3.8 Mass Estimation. 
505 8  3.3.9 Conclusion3.4 Aerodynamic Modeling; 3.4.1 Numerical 
       Methods; 3.4.2 Steady Simulation Results; 3.4.3 Unsteady 
       Simulation Results; 3.4.4 Conclusions; 3.5 Integrated 
       Flight Dynamics and Aeroelastic Modeling; 3.5.1 Structural
       Dynamics; 3.5.2 Aerodynamic Database; 3.5.3 Modification 
       of GAF by Higher-Order Analysis Results; 3.5.4 
       Approximation of Aerodynamic Forces in the Laplace Domain;
       3.5.5 Structural Outputs; 3.5.6 Equations of Motion; 3.5.7
       State-Space Model; References; 4 Reduced-Order Modeling; 
       4.1 Model Order Reduction. 
505 8  4.1.1 General Process of Generation of Parameterized 
       Reduced-Order Models for Control Design4.1.2 Modal 
       Reduction of Full Structural Model; 4.1.3 Reduction of 
       Complete Aeroelastic Model; 4.1.4 Balanced Reduction; 
       4.1.5 Parameterization of Aircraft Models; 4.1.6 Spline 
       Interpolation; 4.1.7 Conclusion; 4.2 Linear Fractional 
       Representation of Parametrized Models; 4.2.1 Linear 
       Fractional Transformation; 4.2.2 Process of LFR Modeling; 
       4.2.3 Generation of LFRs for the ACFA 2020 BWB Aircraft; 
       4.2.4 Summary; References; Part IIControl Design; 5 
       Control Goals; 5.1 Analysis of Aircraft Dynamics. 
520    This book demonstrates the potential of the blended wing 
       body (BWB) concept for significant improvement in both 
       fuel efficiency and noise reduction and addresses the 
       considerable challenges raised for control engineers 
       because of characteristics like open-loop instability, 
       large flexible structure, and slow control surfaces. This 
       text describes state-of-the-art and novel modeling and 
       control design approaches for the BWB aircraft under 
       consideration. The expert contributors demonstrate how 
       exceptional robust control performance can be achieved 
       despite such stringent design constraints as guar. 
650  0 Airplanes|xWings|xMathematical models. 
650  0 Airplanes|xWings|xComputer simulation. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Kozek, Martin,|eeditor. 
700 1  Schirrer, Alexander,|eeditor. 
710 2  SpringerLink|eissuing body. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aKozek, Martin.|tModeling and Control for
       a Blended Wing Body Aircraft : A Case Study.|dCham : 
       Springer International Publishing, ©2014|z9783319107912 
830  0 Advances in industrial control. 
830  0 Springer English/International eBooks 2015 - Full Set 
856 40 |uhttps://ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/login?url=http://
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       ebook (University of Melbourne only) 
990    Springer Full Set 2015 
990    Batch Ebook load (bud2) - do not edit, delete or attach 
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