By Fritz Boden, Nicholas Lawson, Henk W. Jentink, Jürgen Kompenhans
The booklet provides a synopsis of the most effects completed through the three yr EU-project "Advanced Inflight size innovations (AIM)" which utilized complicated snapshot established size suggestions to business flight checking out. The ebook is meant to be not just an outline at the objective actions but additionally a advisor at the software of complex optical dimension innovations for destiny flight trying out. additionally it's a worthy consultant for engineers within the box of experimental tools and flight trying out who face the problem of a destiny requirement for the advance of hugely exact non-intrusive in-flight size thoughts.
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During the tests the foil sticked very well to the wing, while it could be removed quite easily from the wing and aileron afterwards. 2a and b give an impression of the dots on wing. Very important for good measurements was a stable and rigid fixation of the cameras relative to the wing. A rigid frame was designed for this fixation that was mounted at the four seat rails at each side of the aisle on top of the spar caps, inside the cabin. 2c shows the cameras installed in the aircraft. g. a three degrees of freedom accelerometer at the wing tip, an Inertial Reference System near the aircraft’s centre of mass for determination of the load conditions and a synchro-meter installed at the aileron hinge for determination of the aileron rotation.
A first series of images were taken prior to the re-filling of the tanks serving as reference image. For an accurate measurement the aircraft was placed on struts. Wing deflections were measured by using a micrometer measuring the change in height of the wing tip relative to the hangar ground. In order to compensate for possible influence of fuel re-filling on the struts the height of the aircrafts fuselage near the strut was measured in addition. The filling of the tanks was to both left wing and right wing.
55 mm 22 H. P. J. Veerman et al. vertical deflection was measured at the reference point. 1 mm error bound in agreement with micrometer based measurements. 2 Simultaneous Measurements by Both Cameras During Taxi During taxiing chaotic, highly dynamic vibrations of the wing were observed, caused by repeated receipt of stimuli from the taxiway surface. It was considered very interesting to collect a simultaneous image sequence of these motions using both installed cameras and compare the obtained local displacement results.
Advanced In-Flight Measurement Techniques by Fritz Boden, Nicholas Lawson, Henk W. Jentink, Jürgen Kompenhans