4 - 6 months
Full-time (part-time possible)
Driven by the need for more ecofriendly air transport impact on the environment, the evolution of flight control systems is tailored towards the design of multifunctional systems (e.g. the flaps which are typically used for providing high lift, could additionally be used for roll control, or for span-wise lift distribution to reduce wing loads). The subsystems which actuate the control surfaces are very complex, composed of hundreds of components working together. Designing new concepts to accommodate the multifunctional flight control requirements is a complex and demanding task. Using Design Structure Matrix methods for generating alternative system architectures is a promising way for extensively exploring the solution space. Thus, to allow for alternative actuation architecture choices at the beginning of the design process, the aim of this work is to support the development of a new design methodology for rapid predesign and assessment of alternative actuation architectures.
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Leonel Chama Akoto
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