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The finite element model was shown to not contain variables that significantly influence the torsion modes frequencies more than the bending frequencies. Eigenvalue analysis of the tuned model with aircraft installed boundary conditions produced good results for all but the frist torsion frequency. This frequency was tuned by increasing the model's control system stiffness. This tuned model produces good frequencies and mode shapes. Additional investigation is needed to compare the dynamic model corrections to the static model corrections found by Jack Sawdy, AF IT/GAE/AA/81D-27. \(Author\).</desc---><title--->Investigation of an Improved Flutter Speed Prediction Technique for Damaged T-38 Horizontal Stabilators Using NASTRAN.</title---><desc--->This thesis concerns the development of a finite element model of the T-38 horizontal stabilator for use on NASTRAN. The model is to be used to analyse degradations in flutter speed due to repair. 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Development of a finite element model with two dimensional quadrilateral and bar elements is described. For verification, a static analysis of the finite element model yielded for the most part qualitatively agreeable values in comparison to an influence coefficient study. For showing the dynamic response of the finite element model, a model analysis using both rigid and flexible root boundary conditions is used. The rigid root analysis shows agreement between the first two modes and the flexible root compares favorably up to three and possibly four modes. With these results, it is decided to use the finite element model in an initial flutter analysis. In the flutter analysis a doublet lattice aerodynamic model is combined with the finite element model for an undamaged stabilator. Poor agreement of the NASTRAN flutter speed with other available data indicates possible camber effects and the need for a verification aerodynamic model using steady and unsteady airloads. 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The results show that the current repair limits have little or no effects on the flutter conditions, therefore, the procedures presented in this investigation should be used to establish new repair limitations.</desc---><title--->The NASTRAN Theoretical Manual</title---><title--->Investigation of an Improved Structural Model for Damaged T-38 Horizontal Stabilizer Flutter Analysis Using NASTRAN.</title---><desc--->This thesis investigates tuning a finite element model and applying the procedures to the T-38 horizontal stabilizer for use on NASTRAN. The T-38 stabilizer model is to be used in a subsequent flutter analysis. Static and dynamic analysis has shown the model to have inadequate bending and torsional stiffness. The model was tuned in the frequency domain with free-free boundary conditions. the tuned frequencies and mode shapes show good correlation to the measured values. The finite element model was shown to not contain variables that significantly influence the torsion modes frequencies more than the bending frequencies. Eigenvalue analysis of the tuned model with aircraft installed boundary conditions produced good results for all but the frist torsion frequency. This frequency was tuned by increasing the model's control system stiffness. This tuned model produces good frequencies and mode shapes. Additional investigation is needed to compare the dynamic model corrections to the static model corrections found by Jack Sawdy, AF IT/GAE/AA/81D-27. (Author).</desc---><title--->Investigation of an Improved Flutter Speed Prediction Technique for Damaged T-38 Horizontal Stabilators Using NASTRAN.</title---><desc--->This thesis concerns the development of a finite element model of the T-38 horizontal stabilator for use on NASTRAN. The model is to be used to analyse degradations in flutter speed due to repair. Static analysis has shown the model to be lacking in torsional stiffness. The probable cause being the inability of NASTRAN plate bending elements to model torsion cells. An increase of elastic and shear moduli of plate bending elements in the model by 30 percent produced more accurate results but additional investigation is necessary. Modal analysis has pointed to a modeling error in the root, trailing edge area. The affect has caused an additional node to appear on the trailing edge for modes above 100 cps in a free-free condition. Investigation of the steady aerodynamic pressure distribution over the stabilator shows good correlation with experimental results. A flutter analysis procedure was established and the affects of the errors found in the structural model were investigated. With no corrections made to the model, a flutter speed equivalent to that predicted using strip theory was achieved for the sea level condition. 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Flutter Analysis Nastran published by : Springer Nature Elsevier Springer Science & Business Media Woodhead Publishing Cambridge University Press New Age International Createspace Independent Publishing Platform <title--->Subsonic Flutter Analysis Using MSC/NASTRAN</title---><title--->Flutter Analysis of a Wind Turbine Blade by Using MSC.NASTRAN.</title---><title--->NASTRAN Documentation for Flutter Analysis of Advanced Turbopropellers</title---><title--->Initial Development for a Flutter Analysis of Damaged T-38 Horizontal Stabilators Using NASTRAN.</title---><desc--->This thesis demonstrates the development and response of a finite element model of the T-38 horizontal stabilator using NASTRAN. The finite element model is to be used in a flutter analysis of damaged or repaired stabilators. The objective of the flutter analysis is to determine absolute values and degradations of the flutter speed due to different types of damages and repairs. Development of a finite element model with two dimensional quadrilateral and bar elements is described. For verification, a static analysis of the finite element model yielded for the most part qualitatively agreeable values in comparison to an influence coefficient study. For showing the dynamic response of the finite element model, a model analysis using both rigid and flexible root boundary conditions is used. The rigid root analysis shows agreement between the first two modes and the flexible root compares favorably up to three and possibly four modes. With these results, it is decided to use the finite element model in an initial flutter analysis. In the flutter analysis a doublet lattice aerodynamic model is combined with the finite element model for an undamaged stabilator. Poor agreement of the NASTRAN flutter speed with other available data indicates possible camber effects and the need for a verification aerodynamic model using steady and unsteady airloads. A brief description of a method of simulating repairs and damages of a horizontal stabilator is included. (Author).</desc---><title--->Structural and Aeroelastic Analysis of the SR-7L Propfan</title---><title--->The NASTRAN User's Manual</title---><title--->X-38 Vehicle 131 Flutter Assessment</title---><title--->The NASTRAN User's Manual, Level L6.0 Supplement</title---><title--->Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports</title---><title--->Investigation of an Improved Finite Element Model for a Repaired T-38 Horizontal Stabilizer Flutter Analysis Using NASTRAN.</title---><desc--->This thesis investigated the use of an improved finite element model of a T-38 horizontal stabilizer for flutter analysis using NASTRAN. The procedure for evaluating the effect of repairs on the flutter speed is developed and its sensitivity to several modeling assumptions and practices is presented. The procedure is to be used by Air Force engineers to evaluate repair limits of T-38 stabs. The results show that the current repair limits have little or no effects on the flutter conditions, therefore, the procedures presented in this investigation should be used to establish new repair limitations.</desc---><title--->The NASTRAN Theoretical Manual</title---><title--->Investigation of an Improved Structural Model for Damaged T-38 Horizontal Stabilizer Flutter Analysis Using NASTRAN.</title---><desc--->This thesis investigates tuning a finite element model and applying the procedures to the T-38 horizontal stabilizer for use on NASTRAN. The T-38 stabilizer model is to be used in a subsequent flutter analysis. Static and dynamic analysis has shown the model to have inadequate bending and torsional stiffness. The model was tuned in the frequency domain with free-free boundary conditions. the tuned frequencies and mode shapes show good correlation to the measured values. The finite element model was shown to not contain variables that significantly influence the torsion modes frequencies more than the bending frequencies. Eigenvalue analysis of the tuned model with aircraft installed boundary conditions produced good results for all but the frist torsion frequency. This frequency was tuned by increasing the model's control system stiffness. This tuned model produces good frequencies and mode shapes. Additional investigation is needed to compare the dynamic model corrections to the static model corrections found by Jack Sawdy, AF IT/GAE/AA/81D-27. (Author).</desc---><title--->Investigation of an Improved Flutter Speed Prediction Technique for Damaged T-38 Horizontal Stabilators Using NASTRAN.</title---><desc--->This thesis concerns the development of a finite element model of the T-38 horizontal stabilator for use on NASTRAN. The model is to be used to analyse degradations in flutter speed due to repair. Static analysis has shown the model to be lacking in torsional stiffness. The probable cause being the inability of NASTRAN plate bending elements to model torsion cells. An increase of elastic and shear moduli of plate bending elements in the model by 30 percent produced more accurate results but additional investigation is necessary. Modal analysis has pointed to a modeling error in the root, trailing edge area. The affect has caused an additional node to appear on the trailing edge for modes above 100 cps in a free-free condition. Investigation of the steady aerodynamic pressure distribution over the stabilator shows good correlation with experimental results. A flutter analysis procedure was established and the affects of the errors found in the structural model were investigated. With no corrections made to the model, a flutter speed equivalent to that predicted using strip theory was achieved for the sea level condition. (Author).</desc---><title--->Whirl Flutter of Turboprop Aircraft Structures</title---> MSC Software
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