Static Aeroelasticity Analysis of High Aspect Ratio Wing and the Jig-Shape Design Based on Multi-Block Structural Grid

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The influence of structural elastic deformation on the aerodynamic characterisitcs of large transport aircraft has been researched. A method of static aeroelasticity based on multi-block structural grid of high aspect ratio wing has been established, and then a design method of jig-shape is developed. The technology of RBF interpolation is used to exchange the data of CFD/CSD. Based on RBF&Delaunay technology, a mesh motion method is developed to make the design process less time-consuming, which can be applied to large deformation of multi-block structural grid. The static aeroelastic deformation of a wing-body of large transport aircraft is analyzed. Then the wing-body's jig-shape is designed. Compared the aerodynamic characteristics between design cruise shape and target cruise shape, it shows that the aerodynamic characteristics of design cruise shape is almost equal to target cruise shape and the design process of jig-shape is feasible.

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Wen Jin

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377-383

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Y. Liu et al., "Static Aeroelasticity Analysis of High Aspect Ratio Wing and the Jig-Shape Design Based on Multi-Block Structural Grid", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 302, pp. 377-383, 2013

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