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The Role of Piezocomposites in Ultrasonic Transducers. Proc. IEEE Ultrasonics Symp. (1989), pp. 755–766 7. Udd, E. ): Fiber Optic Smart Structures. Wiley, New York (1995) 8. : Optical Frequency Domain Reflectometry for High Density Multiplexing of Multi-Axis Fiber Bragg Gratings. Proc. OFS-16, Nara, Japan (2003), p. 526 9. : Adaptive Structures – Dynamics and Control. Wiley (1998) 28 2 Concepts of Adaptronic Structures 10. : Development and Whirl Tower Test of the SMART Active Flap Rotor. Smart Structures and Materials 2004: Industrial and Commercial Applications of Smart Structures Technologies, Eric H.

Proving the integration, robust operation, and authority of the flap system were the key objectives met by the whirl tower test. This success depended on tailoring the piezoelectric materials and actuator to the application and meeting actuator/blade integration requirements (Fig. 4). Induced-strain Actuation of Fixed-Wing Aircraft. The feasibility of using active piezoelectric control to alleviate vertical tail buffeting was inves- 20 2 Concepts of Adaptronic Structures Fig. 4. MD 900 helicopter hingeless blade displaying the planned trim tab for in-flight tracking and active control flap for noise and vibration reduction [10] tigated under the actively controlled response of buffet affected tails (ACROBAT) program [11].

The engineer would then measure the response of the table and the straightness of the line. Once implemented, this algorithm would perform the same function at each and every time – it never gets any better, and it never gets any worse. It uses the same amount of energy at each and every time. In all likelihood, the mechanisms to be used would be conceptually different from those used in the human arm. Most robots that mimic arm motion use a rotary motor at the joint and do not have co-contraction capabilities.

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