26 April 1996 Magnetic-field requirements for an active-control flap on a rotorcraft
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Proceedings Volume 2779, 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Materials and 3rd European Conference on Smart Structures and Materials; (1996); doi: 10.1117/12.237043
Event: 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Materials, 1996, Lyon, France
Abstract
In this paper, we describe a nonlinear constitutive relation for magnetostrictive materials that includes coupling between temperature, applied loads, and magnetic field strengths. The model is used to predict the magnetic field requirements for actuating a control flap to reduce the vibrational loads in a rotorcraft system. This prediction is based on the force/displacement requirements presently available in the literature for a particular flap. Results indicate that reasonable changes in the ambient temperature and centrifugal forces generated by the rotating blade strongly influence magnetic field requirements.
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Gregory Paul Carman, Milan Mitrovic, "Magnetic-field requirements for an active-control flap on a rotorcraft", Proc. SPIE 2779, 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Materials and 3rd European Conference on Smart Structures and Materials, (26 April 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.237043; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.237043
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Magnetism

Magnetostrictive materials

Actuators

Control systems

Systems modeling

Calcium

Mathematical modeling

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