2016 - Spirit of St. Louis Medal, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2002 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary areas of investigation include Structural engineering, Helicopter rotor, Rotor, Actuator and Aeroelasticity. Inderjit Chopra combines subjects such as Vibration and Composite number with his study of Structural engineering. The Helicopter rotor study combines topics in areas such as Trailing edge, Control theory, NACA airfoil, Twist and Airfoil.
His Rotor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electrical impedance, Voltage, Aerospace engineering and Blade. His work deals with themes such as Lift, Chord, Deflection, SMA* and Shape-memory alloy, which intersect with Actuator. His Aeroelasticity research incorporates themes from Wake, Flutter and Wing.
Inderjit Chopra mainly focuses on Structural engineering, Rotor, Helicopter rotor, Aeroelasticity and Aerodynamics. His Structural engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vibration and Actuator. His Rotor research includes themes of Wind tunnel, Aerospace engineering, Control theory and Blade.
The various areas that Inderjit Chopra examines in his Aeroelasticity study include Composite number, Coupling, Flutter and Fuselage. His research in Aerodynamics tackles topics such as Thrust which are related to areas like Blade pitch. His study looks at the relationship between Torsion and topics such as Beam, which overlap with Image warping.
Inderjit Chopra spends much of his time researching Rotor, Aerospace engineering, Structural engineering, Mechanics and Micro air vehicle. His Rotor research incorporates elements of Coaxial, Automotive engineering and Mach number. His study in the field of Biplane, Flapping, Wing and Computational fluid dynamics is also linked to topics like Scale.
His work focuses on many connections between Structural engineering and other disciplines, such as Helicopter rotor, that overlap with his field of interest in Chord. Inderjit Chopra has researched Micro air vehicle in several fields, including Tail rotor and Thrust vectoring. His studies deal with areas such as Wind tunnel and Reynolds number as well as Aerodynamics.
Inderjit Chopra mostly deals with Aerospace engineering, Rotor, Structural engineering, Micro air vehicle and Wind tunnel. His Aerospace engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Development, Trim and Power station. In his research on the topic of Rotor, Control engineering is strongly related with Coaxial.
His Structural engineering study combines topics in areas such as Computational fluid dynamics and Helicopter rotor. His Micro air vehicle research includes elements of Automotive engineering and Stability derivatives. Inderjit Chopra focuses mostly in the field of Wind tunnel, narrowing it down to matters related to Aerodynamics and, in some cases, Drag and Shroud.
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Review of State of Art of Smart Structures and Integrated Systems
AIAA Journal (2002)
Fundamental Understanding of Piezoelectric Strain Sensors
Jayant Sirohi;Inderjit Chopra.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (2000)
Formulation and evaluation of an analytical model for composite box-beams
Edward C. Smith;Inderjit Chopra.
Journal of The American Helicopter Society (1991)
Thin-walled composite beams under bending, torsional, and extensional loads
Ramesh Chandra;Alan D. Stemple;Inderjit Chopra.
Journal of Aircraft (1990)
Status of Application of Smart Structures Technology to Rotorcraft Systems
Journal of The American Helicopter Society (2000)
Experimental and theoretical analysis of composite I-beams with elastic couplings
Ramesh Chandra;Inderjit Chopra.
AIAA Journal (1991)
Smart Structures Theory
Inderjit Chopra;Jayant Sirohi.
Aeroelastic Stability Analysis of a Composite Rotor Blade
Chang-Ho Hong;Inderjit Chopra.
Journal of The American Helicopter Society (1985)
Assessment of Composite Rotor Blade Modeling Techniques
Sung Nam Jung;V. T. Nagaraj;Inderjit Chopra.
Journal of The American Helicopter Society (1999)
Bending and torsion models of beams with induced-strain actuators
Christopher Park;Curtis Walz;Inderjit Chopra.
Smart Materials and Structures (1996)
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