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The Aerodynamics of Active Camber - Presented at the 28th ICAST conference, Oct 2017
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An investigation of the aerodynamic performance of active camber morphing airfoils. Morphing is shown to provide significant increases in lift-to-drag ratio and increases in maximum lift coefficient for a wide range of airfoil across a broad spectrum of operating conditions. Comparisons are also made to traditional trailing edge flaps, with significantly improved performance predicted.
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