[PDF] Modelling & implementation of Aerodynamic Zero-lift Drag into ADAPDT


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Modelling & implementation of Aerodynamic Zero-lift Drag into ADAPDT

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The objective of this thesis work was to construct and implement an algorithm into the program ADAPDT to calculate the zero-lift drag profile for defined aircraft geometries. ADAPDT,   short for AeroDynamic Analysis and Preliminary Design Tool, is a program that calculates forces and moments about a flat plate geometry based on potential flow theory. Zero-lift drag will be calculated by means of different hand-book methods found suitable for the objective and applicable to the geometry definition that ADAPDT utilizes.

Drag has two main sources of origin: friction and pressure distribution, all drag acting on the aircraft can be traced back to one of these two physical phenomena. In aviation drag is divided into induced drag that depends on the lift produced and zero-lift drag that depends on the geometry of the aircraft.

How reliable and accurate the zero-lift drag computations are depends on the geometry data that can be extracted and used. ADAPDT‟s geometry definition is limited to flat plate geometries however although simple it has the potential to provide a huge amount of data and also deliver good results for the intended use. The flat plate representation of the geometry proved to be least sufficient for the body while wing elements could be described with much more accuracy.

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