Hao Liu mainly focuses on Aerodynamics, Aerospace engineering, Wing, Flapping and Mechanics. The various areas that Hao Liu examines in his Aerodynamics study include Fluid dynamics, Aeronautics and Adaptive control. His research combines Reynolds number and Aerospace engineering.
His studies link Wing twist with Wing. Hao Liu interconnects Vortex, Angle of attack and Flight simulator in the investigation of issues within Flapping. His Mechanics research includes themes of Kinematics, Propulsion and Thrust.
His primary scientific interests are in Aerodynamics, Mechanics, Flapping, Wing and Internal medicine. Aerodynamics is a subfield of Aerospace engineering that Hao Liu explores. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Kinematics and Control theory.
His Kinematics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Thrust and Flight simulator. As part of the same scientific family, Hao Liu usually focuses on Wing, concentrating on Wing twist and intersecting with Washout. His work in Internal medicine covers topics such as Cardiology which are related to areas like Surgery.
Hao Liu mainly investigates Control theory, Aerodynamics, Mechanics, Wing and Kinematics. Hao Liu has researched Aerodynamics in several fields, including Leading edge, Vortex, Flow and Flapping. His work in Mechanics addresses issues such as Moment of inertia, which are connected to fields such as Hinge.
His Wing research incorporates elements of Rotation and Wind tunnel. The study incorporates disciplines such as Energetics and Fin in addition to Kinematics. Hao Liu has included themes like Torque and Downwash in his Aerodynamic force study.
Hao Liu mostly deals with Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Kinematics, Aerodynamics and Control theory. His work deals with themes such as Interference and Thrust, which intersect with Mechanics. His work carried out in the field of Computational fluid dynamics brings together such families of science as Flow control, Drag coefficient, Leading edge, Vortex and Acceleration.
In his research, Wake, Gait and Propulsive efficiency is intimately related to Energetics, which falls under the overarching field of Kinematics. His Aerodynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Airfoil, Geometry and Statics. His Aerodynamic force research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Flapping and Wing.
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Recent progress in flapping wing aerodynamics and aeroelasticity
W. Shyy;H. Aono;S.K. Chimakurthi;P. Trizila.
Progress in Aerospace Sciences (2010)
Aerodynamics of Low Reynolds Number Flyers
Wei Shyy;Yongsheng Lian;Jian Tang;Dragos Viieru.
A computational fluid dynamic study of hawkmoth hovering
Hao Liu;C. P. Ellington;K. Kawachi;C. Van Den Berg.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (1998)
A Numerical Study of Insect Flight
H. Liu;K. Kawachi.
Journal of Computational Physics (1998)
Near- and far-field aerodynamics in insect hovering flight: an integrated computational study.
Hikaru Aono;Fuyou Liang;Hao Liu.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (2008)
Robust LQR Attitude Control of a 3-DOF Laboratory Helicopter for Aggressive Maneuvers
Hao Liu;Geng Lu;Yisheng Zhong.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2013)
An Introduction to Flapping Wing Aerodynamics
Wei Shyy;Hikaru Aono;Chang-kwon Kang;Hao Liu.
Flapping Wings and Aerodynamic Lift: The Role of Leading-Edge Vortices
Wei Shyy;Hao Liu.
AIAA Journal (2007)
Measuring wing kinematics, flight trajectory and body attitude during forward flight and turning maneuvers in dragonflies
Hao Wang;Lijiang Zeng;Hao Liu;Chunyong Yin.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (2003)
Integrated modeling of insect flight: From morphology, kinematics to aerodynamics
Journal of Computational Physics (2009)
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