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AbstractShape Memory Alloys (SMAs) are capable of changing their crystallographic structure due to changes of either stress or temperature. SMAs are used in a number of aerospace devices and are required in some devices in exotic environments. We are developing dynamic data driven application system (DDDAS) tools to monitor and change SMAs in real time for delivering payloads by aerospace vehicles. We must be able to turn on and off the sensors and heating units, change the stress on the SMA, monitor on-line data streams, change scales based on incoming data, and control what type of data is generated. The application must have the capability to be run and steered remotely as an unmanned feedback control loop.
CitationUsing Shape Memory Alloys: A Dynamic Data Driven Approach 2013, 18:1844 Procedia Computer Science
JournalProcedia Computer Science
Conference/Event name13th Annual International Conference on Computational Science, ICCS 2013