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Dan Miller
Daniel N Miller, Brent N McCallum, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells: Method and system for global flow field management using distributed, surface-embedded, nano-scale boundary layer actuation. Bracewell & Giuliani, August 14, 2012: US08240616 (3 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods to provide distributed flow control actuation to manage the behavior of a global flow field, are provided. An example of a system can include an aerodynamic structure having an outer surface, and an array of a plurality of effectors connected to the outer surface of the aerodynam ...


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Dan Miller
Daniel N Miller, Brent N McCallum, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells: System for global flow field management using distributed, surface-embedded, nano-scale boundary layer actuation. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bracewell & Giuliani, January 15, 2013: US08353482 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems to provide distributed flow control actuation to manage the behavior of a global flow field, are provided. An example of a system can include an aerodynamic structure having an outer surface, and an array of a plurality of nano-scale effectors connected to the outer surface of the aerodynami ...


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Dan Miller
Daniel N Miller, Brent N McCallum, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells: Method and System For Global Flow Field Management Using Distributed, Surface-Embedded, Nano-Scale Boundary Layer Actuation. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bracewell & Giuliani, October 28, 2010: US20100270433-A1

Systems and methods to provide distributed flow control actuation to manage the behavior of a global flow field, are provided. An example of a system can include an aerodynamic structure having an outer surface, and an array of a plurality of effectors connected to the outer surface of the aerodynam ...


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Dan Miller
Daniel N Miller, Brent N McCallum, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells: System for Global Flow Field Management Using Distributed, Surface-Embedded, Nano-Scale Boundary Layer Actuation. Lockheed Martin Corporation, September 6, 2012: US20120222768-A1

Systems to provide distributed flow control actuation to manage the behavior of a global flow field, are provided. An example of a system can include an aerodynamic structure having an outer surface, and an array of a plurality of nano-scale effectors connected to the outer surface of the aerodynami ...


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David M Wells, Brent N McCallum, Kerry B Ginn, Stewart A Jenkins: System and apparatus for vectoring nozzle exhaust plume from a nozzle. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bracewell & Giuliani, February 12, 2013: US08371104 (2 worldwide citation)

A vectoring nozzle with external actuation generates thrust vectoring by applying mechanical or fluidic actuation, or both, on the nozzle deck, external sidewalls, and/or air vehicle aft body to produce changes in the aft body flowfield and/or exhaust plume. An external mechanical sidewall may be in ...


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Kerry B Ginn, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells, Brent N McCallum: Nozzle plasma flow control utilizing dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bracewell & Giuliani, June 4, 2013: US08453457 (2 worldwide citation)

Dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators are used to manipulate exhaust flow within and behind a jet engine nozzle. The dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators may be used to direct cooling airflow near the surface of the nozzle to reduce heating of the nozzle, create thrust vectoring, an ...


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Kerry B Ginn, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells, Brent N McCallum: Nozzle plasma flow control utilizing dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators. Lockheed Martin Corporation, March 3, 2011: US20110048025-A1

Dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators are used to manipulate exhaust flow within and behind a jet engine nozzle. The dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators may be used to direct cooling airflow near the surface of the nozzle to reduce heating of the nozzle, create thrust vectoring, an ...


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David M Wells, Brent N McCallum, Kerry B Ginn, Stewart A Jenkins: System, method and apparatus for vectoring nozzle exhaust plume with external actuation. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bracewell & Giuliani, April 15, 2010: US20100089031-A1

A vectoring nozzle with external actuation generates thrust vectoring by applying mechanical or fluidic actuation, or both, on the nozzle deck, external sidewalls, and/or air vehicle aft body to produce changes in the aft body flowfield and/or exhaust plume. An external mechanical sidewall may be in ...



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