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By Shyy W., Aono H., Kang C.-k., Liu H.

ISBN-10: 1107037263

ISBN-13: 9781107037267

ISBN-10: 1107640350

ISBN-13: 9781107640351

This can be an awesome e-book for graduate scholars and researchers drawn to the aerodynamics, structural dynamics, and flight dynamics of small birds, bats, and bugs, in addition to of micro air autos (MAVs), which current many of the richest difficulties intersecting technology and engineering. The agility and wonderful flight functionality of traditional flyers, due to their versatile, deformable wing constructions in addition to to notable wing, tail, and physique coordination, is especially major. To layout and construct MAVs with functionality resembling usual flyers, it's crucial that typical flyers' mixed versatile structural dynamics and aerodynamics are correctly understood. the first concentration of this ebook is to handle the new advancements in flapping wing aerodynamics. This e-book extends the paintings awarded in Aerodynamics of Low Reynolds quantity Flyers (Shyy et al. 2008)

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If the animal has a low lift-to-drag ratio, it must glide (if it can) with a considerable increase in glide angle. 7 and glides at an angle of 30◦ , whereas a North American flying squirrel glides at the angle of about 18◦ to 26◦ with a lift-to-drag ratio of 2 or 3 [22]. Whereas gliding animals take a downward tilt to acquire gravity-powered flight, many birds can ascend without flapping their wings. This is called soaring. Instead of using gravity, soaring uses energy in the atmosphere, such as rising air currents [22].

Schematics of (a,b) a bird wing, (c) a bat wing, and (d) a human arm. For birds, the upper arm, the “humerus,” is proportionately shorter, and the “wrist” and “palm” bones are fused together for greater strength in supporting the primary flight feathers. For bats, the bonemembrane combination creates a leading-edge flap and allows passive camber adaptation in the membrane area. (a), (b), and (d) are modified from Dhawan [50]; (c) is from Anders [51]. and corresponding lift, while the other wing is twisted upward (supinated) to increase lift.

14]. 12. During takeoff, natural flyers display larger flapping amplitudes, wider and larger wing and tail surfaces, and springing. The level of coordination between wing, tail, and body is remarkable. 13. Birds such as seagulls glide while flexing their wings to adjust their speed as well as to control their direction. 14. While landing, birds use various options. They may fold their wings to reduce the lift if the flight speed is appropriate and there are no environmental disturbances such as wind gust.

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