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Use of Automatic Differentiation for Sensitivity Analysis of Flight Loads

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Area
Aerodynamics

Author(s)
M. Scharpenberg , M. LukŠ\vcovŠ-MedvidovŠ

Published in
Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Aircraft Systems Technologies, Hamburg, Germany, March 29--30, 2007

Editor(s)
O. von Estorff

Year
2007

Publisher
Shaker

Abstract
This paper addresses the use of sensitivities for flight loads analysis in pre-design with deeper consideration of gradients. A possible way of obtaining them from an implementation of the equations of motion by means of automatic differentiation and the embedding in an available framework will be discussed. An example with parametrized inaccuracies in the aerodynamic lift distribution shows that the use of automatic differentiation is a feasible and promising approach.

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ADiMat

BibTeX
@INPROCEEDINGS{
         Scharpenberg2007UoA,
       title = "Use of Automatic Differentiation for Sensitivity Analysis of Flight Loads",
       booktitle = "Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Aircraft Systems Technologies,
         Hamburg, Germany, March 29--30, 2007",
       editor = "O. {von Estorff}",
       pages = "407--414",
       publisher = "Shaker",
       address = "Aachen",
       isbn = "978-3-8322-6046-0",
       abstract = "This paper addresses the use of sensitivities for flight loads analysis in
         pre-design with deeper consideration of gradients. A possible way of obtaining them from an
         implementation of the equations of motion by means of automatic differentiation and the embedding in
         an available framework will be discussed. An example with parametrized inaccuracies in the
         aerodynamic lift distribution shows that the use of automatic differentiation is a feasible and
         promising approach.",
       author = "M. Scharpenberg and M.
         Luk\'{a}\v{c}ov\'{a}-Medvidov\'{a}",
       year = "2007",
       ad_area = "Aerodynamics",
       ad_tools = "ADiMat"
}


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