By Anton Hemereijick, Ben Knapen, Ellen van Doorne
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In order to hurdle a low rigidity and poor positioning accuracy caused by the minimum wire tension solution, an optimal tension distribution method is applied for the enhancement of stiffness in lift, along-wind and pitching directions. The method resolves the uncertainty of wire tensions of the suspension system. The motion control of the flexible suspension system in wind tunnels can be realized either in end-effector space or in joint space. The pose of the aircraft model must be measured in real time during the former control process.
Then the stiffness of a wire is ki = 5. Control scheme The dynamic model of the flexible suspension system in wind tunnels is a highly-coupled and nonlinear system, and the actuation redundancy makes the system over-restrained. In designing the control scheme, it is necessary to decouple and linearize the dynamic model. A computed torque controller in joint space is employed for the flexible suspension system in wind tunnels. Because the actuation redundancy introduces multiple wire tension solutions, an optimal tension distribution method is applied to obtain certain acceptable solutions.
This system of gas injection is also successfully applied in the case of liquid (droplet) aerosols. Liquid aerosols are commonly used in pharmaceutical applications, for example inhalers and the many types of commercial ‘aerosol cans’. Another method for entrainment (suspension) which resembles that seen in nature, involves emplacing a thick dust layer in the wind tunnel and increasing the wind speed briefly in order to suspend it. Aerosols may also be formed as a result of condensation/precipitation from the gas phase.
Aftershocks; Economic Crisis, Institutional Choice by Anton Hemereijick, Ben Knapen, Ellen van Doorne