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Aerospace, Volume 7, Issue 3 (March 2020) – 15 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The morphing camber system (MCS) is a combination of two subsystems: the morphing trailing edge [...] Read more. The morphing camber system (MCS) is a combination of two subsystems: the morphing trailing edge (MTE) and the morphing leading edge (MLE). The study shows that the aerodynamics effects of the two subsystems are combined without any interference between them on the wing. The MCS acts only on the lift coefficient at a 0° angle of attack when the MTE is active, and only on the stall angle when the MLE is employed. The estimation of the performances of the MCS on an unmanned aerial system indicates that the MCS allows a drag reduction when the lift coefficient is higher than 0.48. View this paper