publication . Other literature type . Doctoral thesis . 2016

Model identification of a flapping wing micro aerial vehicle

Aguiar Vieira Caetano, J.V.;
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  • Published: 13 Oct 2016
  • Publisher: Delft University of Technology
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
Different flapping wing micro aerial vehicles (FWMAV) have been developed for academic (Harvard’s RoboBee), military (Israel Aerospace Industries’ Butterfly) and technology demonstration (Aerovironment’s NanoHummingBird) purposes. Among these, theDelFly II is recognized as one of themost successful configurations of FWMAV, with a broad flight envelope, that spans fromhover to fast forward flight, revealing autonomous capabilities in the form of automatic flight and obstacle avoidance. Despite the technological development, very little is known about the dynamic behavior and aerodynamic force generation mechanisms of FWMAVs which, in turn, limits the development ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Flapping Wing, Micro Aerial Vehicle, DelFly II, AerodynamicModeling, Quasi-steady Aerodynamics, Kinematic Modeling, Simulation, Freeflight, Wind tunnel
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178 references, page 1 of 12

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Andersen, A., Pesavento, U., and Wang, Z. J. (2005a). Analysis of transitions between fluttering, tumbling and steady descent of falling cards. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 541:91-104.

Andersen, A., Pesavento, U., and Wang, Z. J. (2005b). Unsteady aerodynamics of fluttering and tumbling plates. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 541:65-90.

Anderson, M. L. and Cobb, R. G. (2014). Implementation of a Flapping Wing Micro Air Vehicle Control Technique. Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 37(1):290- 300.

Ansari, S., Zbikowski, R., and Knowles, K. (2006). Aerodynamic modelling of insect-like flapping flight for micro air vehicles. Progress in Aerospace Sciences, 42(2):129-172. [OpenAIRE]

Armanini, S. F., Caetano, J. V., de Croon, G. C. H. E., de Visser, C. C., and Mulder, M. (2016a). Quasi-steady aerodynamic model of clap-and-fling flapping mav and validation using free-flight data. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, 11(4):046002.

Armanini, S. F., Caetano, J. V., de Visser, C. C., de Croon, G. C. H. E., and Mulder, M. (2016b). Aerodynamic Model Identification of a Clap-and-Fling Flapping-Wing MAV: a Comparison between Quasi-Steady and Black-Box Approaches. In AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference.

Armanini, S. F., de Visser, C. C., de Croon, G. C. H. E., and Mulder, M. (2015). TimeVarying Model Identification of Flapping-Wing Vehicle Dynamics Using Flight Data. Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 11(4).

Arora, N., Gupta, A., Sanghi, S., Aono, H., and Shyy, W. (2014). Lift-drag and flow structures associated with the clap and fling motion. Physics of Fluids, 26(7).

Baek, S. S. (2011). Autonomous ornithopter flight with sensor-based behavior. Univ. California, Berkeley, Tech. Rep. UCB/EECS-2011-65.

Baek, S. S., Bermudez, F. L., and Fearing, R. S. (2011). Flight control for target seeking by 13 gram ornithopter. In IEEE Int. Conf. Intelligent Robots and Systems.

Baek, S. S. and Fearing, R. S. (2010). Flight forces and altitude regulation of 12 gram i-bird. In IEEE RAS and EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob), pages 454-460.

Bahill, A. T., Kallman, J. S., and Lieberman, J. E. (1982). Frequency Limitations of the Two-Point Central Difference Differentiation Algorithm. Biological Cybernetics, 4:1-4. [OpenAIRE]

Baruh, H. (1999). Analytical Dynamics. McGraw-Hill Higher Education, New York, NY, first edition.

Bejgerowski, W., Ananthanarayanan, A., Mueller, D., and Gupta, S. K. (2009). Integrated product and process design for a flapping wing drive mechanism. Journal of Mechanical Design, 131(6):061006.

178 references, page 1 of 12
Abstract
Different flapping wing micro aerial vehicles (FWMAV) have been developed for academic (Harvard’s RoboBee), military (Israel Aerospace Industries’ Butterfly) and technology demonstration (Aerovironment’s NanoHummingBird) purposes. Among these, theDelFly II is recognized as one of themost successful configurations of FWMAV, with a broad flight envelope, that spans fromhover to fast forward flight, revealing autonomous capabilities in the form of automatic flight and obstacle avoidance. Despite the technological development, very little is known about the dynamic behavior and aerodynamic force generation mechanisms of FWMAVs which, in turn, limits the development ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Flapping Wing, Micro Aerial Vehicle, DelFly II, AerodynamicModeling, Quasi-steady Aerodynamics, Kinematic Modeling, Simulation, Freeflight, Wind tunnel
Download fromView all 3 versions
TU Delft Repository
Doctoral thesis . 2016
Provider: NARCIS
NARCIS
Doctoral thesis . 2016
Provider: NARCIS
http://dx.doi.org/10.4233/uuid...
Other literature type . 2016
Provider: Datacite
178 references, page 1 of 12

Abbott, I. H. A. and Doenhoff, A. E. V. (1959). Theory of wing sections : including a summary of airfoil data. Dover Publications, New York.

Andersen, A., Pesavento, U., and Wang, Z. J. (2005a). Analysis of transitions between fluttering, tumbling and steady descent of falling cards. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 541:91-104.

Andersen, A., Pesavento, U., and Wang, Z. J. (2005b). Unsteady aerodynamics of fluttering and tumbling plates. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 541:65-90.

Anderson, M. L. and Cobb, R. G. (2014). Implementation of a Flapping Wing Micro Air Vehicle Control Technique. Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 37(1):290- 300.

Ansari, S., Zbikowski, R., and Knowles, K. (2006). Aerodynamic modelling of insect-like flapping flight for micro air vehicles. Progress in Aerospace Sciences, 42(2):129-172. [OpenAIRE]

Armanini, S. F., Caetano, J. V., de Croon, G. C. H. E., de Visser, C. C., and Mulder, M. (2016a). Quasi-steady aerodynamic model of clap-and-fling flapping mav and validation using free-flight data. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, 11(4):046002.

Armanini, S. F., Caetano, J. V., de Visser, C. C., de Croon, G. C. H. E., and Mulder, M. (2016b). Aerodynamic Model Identification of a Clap-and-Fling Flapping-Wing MAV: a Comparison between Quasi-Steady and Black-Box Approaches. In AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference.

Armanini, S. F., de Visser, C. C., de Croon, G. C. H. E., and Mulder, M. (2015). TimeVarying Model Identification of Flapping-Wing Vehicle Dynamics Using Flight Data. Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 11(4).

Arora, N., Gupta, A., Sanghi, S., Aono, H., and Shyy, W. (2014). Lift-drag and flow structures associated with the clap and fling motion. Physics of Fluids, 26(7).

Baek, S. S. (2011). Autonomous ornithopter flight with sensor-based behavior. Univ. California, Berkeley, Tech. Rep. UCB/EECS-2011-65.

Baek, S. S., Bermudez, F. L., and Fearing, R. S. (2011). Flight control for target seeking by 13 gram ornithopter. In IEEE Int. Conf. Intelligent Robots and Systems.

Baek, S. S. and Fearing, R. S. (2010). Flight forces and altitude regulation of 12 gram i-bird. In IEEE RAS and EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob), pages 454-460.

Bahill, A. T., Kallman, J. S., and Lieberman, J. E. (1982). Frequency Limitations of the Two-Point Central Difference Differentiation Algorithm. Biological Cybernetics, 4:1-4. [OpenAIRE]

Baruh, H. (1999). Analytical Dynamics. McGraw-Hill Higher Education, New York, NY, first edition.

Bejgerowski, W., Ananthanarayanan, A., Mueller, D., and Gupta, S. K. (2009). Integrated product and process design for a flapping wing drive mechanism. Journal of Mechanical Design, 131(6):061006.

178 references, page 1 of 12
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