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AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference
This paper investigates the possibility that an adaptive feedback controller can be designed and implemented for the suppression of aircraft's structural vibration in the presence of any aeroelastic/aeroservoelastic interaction, instead of using the non-adaptive notching filters. Currently aircraft with non-adaptive control laws usually include roll-off or notch filters to avoid AE/ASE interactions. However, if changes in the aircraft configuration are significant, the frequencies of thedoi:10.2514/6.2011-6459 fatcat:3gh6s7375jb4deeofnim2btc2q