aeromechanics


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aeromechanics

[‚e·rō·mi′kan·iks]
(fluid mechanics)
The science of air and other gases in motion or equilibrium; has two branches, aerostatics and aerodynamics.
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Education: 2007--Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University), Department of Aeromechanics and Flight Engineering, bachelor's degree in applied physics and mathematics.
Bauchau's work on comprehensive aeromechanics analysis of rotorcraft, modeling of flexible multibody systems involving composite structures, and modeling of rotor lag dampers are pioneering efforts in the rotary-wing field.
Once you register for Aeromechanics website access with your CAC, you can get help with rotor smoothing, performance planning, weight and balance and more.
Proposal Title: Multidisciplinary Computational Tool for Accurate and Efficient Rotorcraft Noise Prediction (MUTE) Approximate Amount: $175,000 Proposal Title: Integrated Algorithms for High-Fidelity Rotorcraft Aeromechanics Predictions within Computational Fluid Dynamics/Computational Structural Dynamics (CFD/CSD)-Coupled Frameworks Approximate Amount: $130,000 Proposal Title: Probabilistic Analysis and Design Tools for High-Cycle Fatigue Resistant Hypersonic Vehicle Structures Approximate Amount: $98,000 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.
He has studied economics, mechanical engineering and aeromechanics.
MAST will advance fundamental science and technology for future robotic systems in several key areas, including small-scale aeromechanics and ambulation; propulsion; sensing, processing and communications; navigation and control; microdevices and integration; platform packaging; and systems architectures.
Their respective expertise in computational aeroacoustics and the application of CFD for aeromechanics provide the engineering platform for the development of this new visualization system.
During that time he was awarded the Lichten Medal from the American Helicopter Society for his pioneering CFD studies on the helicopter rotors used on the US-101 Helicopter (the United States President's new helicopter), and the Army Superior Civilian Service Medal for his lead role in the use of CFD to study aeromechanics problems on the Apache-Longbow and Comanche Helicopters.
Ribeiro earned a BS degree in aeromechanics engineering from WPI, and an MBA in economics and finance from Clark University.