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A Development of Wind Tunnel Test System for Synthetic Jet Actuator with Embedded Web Server

임베디드 웹서버를 이용한 Synthetic Jet Actuator의 풍동실험장치 개발

  • 정규홍 (대진대학교 컴퓨터응용기계설계공학과)
  • Published : 2005.05.01

Abstract

As the internet communication is prevalent in recent years, it becomes quite possible to monitor and control some mechanical plants from the remote place through the TCP/IP communication. Such a concept is expected to be applied to many industrial systems fur easy maintenance and trouble shooting as well as various kinds of expensive test equipments fo. sharing. Synthetic jet actuate.(SJA) is a kind of high-lifting device to prevent flow separation at high angle of attack and its use for flow control has received a great amount of attention. In this research, remote control and data monitoring system for SJA wind tunnel test is implemented by TCP/IP communication with DSP as a embedded web server. From the tests performed with embedded server, it showed the possibility of reliable remote control system design utilizing the internet communication.

Keywords

Embedded Web Server;TCP/IP;Synthetic Jet Actuate;Stall

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