aerodynamic control

aerodynamic control

[‚e·ro·dī′nam·ik kən′trōl]
(aerospace engineering)
A control surface whose use causes local aerodynamic forces.
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To ensure accurate positioning, Guidance, Landing and rolling on constrained surfaces such as pipes, The robot will rely on a control system also integrating environment perception, Particularly for landing on the pipes, And aerodynamic control taking into account aerodynamic effects of the pipes.
All the aerodynamic surfaces have been revised "in the pursuit of significantly increased downforce", including the addition of much larger front and rear wing elements, together with revised active aerodynamic control strategies tailored for the demands of track driving.
All the aerodynamic surfaces have been revised in the pursuit of significantly increased downforce, including the addition of much larger front and rear wings, together with revised active aerodynamic control for the demands of track driving.
Conventional aerodynamic control surfaces are mounted on the wings and twin fins.
This specific way of generating power could lead to new aerodynamic control mechanisms for drones in the future, inspired by flying animals," Westheim says.
The system has a single-state, solid-fuel propelled missile equipped with aerodynamic control surfaces and thrust vectoring, according to (http://missilethreat.
That's a major validation that we're advancing our understanding of aerodynamic control for hypersonic flight," DARPA Acting Director Kaigham J.
The US patent application is for an LTA unmanned, autonomous airship with automated control for individual modules for improved flight stability and aerodynamic control.
The missile guidance is achieved via aerodynamic control which gives way to a direct lateral just before target intercept.
Crouch brings to light how two brothers, bicycle makers from Dayton, were able to uncover the problem concerning aerodynamic control.
The rear spoiler provides an essential aerodynamic control, tuned for minimum lift over a spectrum of road speeds.
Flight Vehicle Performance and Aerodynamic Control.