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    Title: 鋼質仿生尾舵之改良
    Other Titles: Improvement on steel-based bionic tail rudder
    Authors: 林威仲;Lin, Wei-Chung
    Contributors: 淡江大學機械與機電工程學系碩士班
    楊龍杰;Yang, Lung-Jieh
    Keywords: 仿生;尾舵;雷射切割;毛細結構;聚對二甲苯;不鏽鋼;Bionic;Tail rudder;laser cutting;Comb shape structures;parylene;stainless steel
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 14:42:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究的概念主要是參考孢子囊表面張力驅動的原理,並且延續先前的設計來改良並製作出仿生尾舵,其主要的目的是將仿生尾舵應用於微飛行器(micro air vehicle﹐MAV),使之能夠達到轉向的功能,其次因裝上仿生尾舵會增加負載,因此也將對MAV的負載進行改良。
    This thesis mainlu presents an animation of the sporangial motion for making bionic tail actuators of flapping micro-air-vehicles(FMAVs) regarding energy saving. A SUS-304 steel foil of 40μm thick is used as the working substrate. The actuation area of 40-50 comb-shaped cantilevers is designed to have the maximum actuating angle change about several degrees. Nd-YAG laser machining with air cooling and water cooling respectively are performed to cut off the surface tension-driven actuators. Surface modification including parylene coating and oxygen plasma treatment are added to enlarge the actuation stroke angles up to 10˚-12˚ for practical usage in flight direction control.
    Secondly, the payload modification of the FMAVs is also addressed. The added payload is for the make up of the bionic tail actuator. The design method is to assign the center of gravity in the middle of the FMAV. The tail area is so close to the flapping wing area as to generate the approximately equivalent lift to the flapping lift. The flight test of the new FMAV with wingspan of 25.5cm verifies the above design.
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