Stochastic Response of an Airfoil and Its Effects on Lco’s Behavior Under Stall Flutter Regime
Keywords:Aerodynamics, Aeroelasticity, Computational Fluid Mechanics, Stochastical Processes, Stochasticity, Stall Flutter, Limit Cycle Oscillation
In this work, I investigate the effect of noise on a classical two-degree-of-freedom pitch-plunge aeroelastic system. The inlet velocity of the flow is modeled as a stochastically varying parameter by the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck (OU) stochastic process. The system is a 2D airfoil, and the elastic problem is simulated using linear springs. I study the manifestation of Limit Cycle Oscillations (LCO) corresponding to the varying fluid velocity under the dynamic stall regime. The aim is to delve into the unexplored facets of the classical pitch-plunge aeroelastic system, seeking a comprehensive understanding of how parametric noise influences the occurrence of LCO and expands the boundaries of its known behavior.
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