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Scene Generation and Target Detection for Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation
Hardware-in-the-Loop simulations are useful in developing and testing missile components at a lower cost than experimental tests. Accurate results require the missile's optical sensor be stimulated by an artificial ...
Collaborative UAS Control to Increase Deconfliction Ability in the NAS
The progression of aviation has led to the strong desire to integrate unmanned aerial systems (UASs) into the national airspace system (NAS). In order for UASs to occupy the NAS concurrently with other aircraft, the ...
End-Wall Flow of a Surface-Mounted Obstacle on a Convex Hump
A convex hump has been used to overcome the undesirable effects of the juncture vortex. The effects of a convex hump on the approach boundary layer and consequentially the end-wall flow were quantified. A convex geometry ...
Experimental and Computational Investigation of a Turbofan Inlet Duct
The flow field of an axisymmetric turbofan inlet was investigated experimentally and computationally. Flow visualization results were obtained using LIF, hydrogen bubbles, and PIV. Incidence angle was determined to be a ...
Effect of three dimensional forcing on the wake of a circular cylinder
The periodic wake of a circular cylinder was investigated with a three dimensional disturbances,introduced in the flow field through two sinusoidal slits located on two diametrically opposite direction on the cylinder ...
Stability Analysis of a Segmented Free-wing Concept for UAS Gust Alleviation in Adverse Environments
High altitude, long endurance (HALE) aircraft feature large wing spans and have very low wing loadings resulting in sensitivity to turbulence. While turbulence is usually quite low in the stratosphere where HALE aircraft ...