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    Title: 應用回應表面法於直昇機多重飛行狀態下之旋翼葉片最佳化設計
    Other Titles: Optimum Design of Helicopter Rotor Blade in Multiple Flight Condition by Response Surface Methodology
    Authors: 張永康;鄭旭安;林晉民
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系
    Keywords: 尾流動力學;旋翼葉片設計;回應表面法;Wake Dynamic;Rotor Blade Design;Response Surface Methodology
    Date: 2006-03
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 14:59:32 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北縣淡水鎮:淡江大學
    Abstract: 本研究係利用回應表面法在考慮、非穩態空氣動力與尾流動力環境下,尋求滿足直昇機於多重飛行狀態下的升力要求之最小總輸出功率的旋翼葉片。本研究結合了旋翼的空氣動力及尾流動力之緝令系統,並選用Peters
    This study presents an application of Response Surface Methodology (RSM) for a helicopter rotor blade design through an unsteady wake dynamic and aerodynamic coupling system. The unsteady wake dynamic system is simulated by the Peters finite state inflow theory. Response Surface Methodology is a method for global approximations to system behavior based on results calculated at various points in the design space. The technique of reducing the design space and increasing experimental data were used to achieve the accurately approximate function efficiently. The chord length and twist angle of rotor blade will be used as design variables to obtain the optimal configuration which to minimize the total power output and also maintain thrust in multiple flight condition.
    Relation: 第五屆海峽兩岸航空太空學術研討會論文集,頁231-240
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