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Optimization Of Kinematics For Birds And Uavs Using Evolutionary Algorithms
The aim of this work is to present a multi-objective optimization method to find maximum efficiency kinematics for a flapping wing unmanned aerial vehicle. We restrained our study to rectangular wings with the same profile along the span and to harmonic dihedral motion. It is assumed that the birdlike aerial vehicle (whose span and surface area were fixed respectively to 1m and 0.15m2) is in horizontal mechanically balanced motion at fixed speed. We used two flight physics models to describedoi:10.5281/zenodo.1085332 fatcat:vfjct5bu2vadljor7slioocwyq