Research Article Aerodynamics/Fluid Mechanics/Aeroacoustics/...
Aerodynamic/Aeroacoustic Numerical Simulation and Manufaturing of a Sample Morphing Wing in Twisted Mode

Reza Harbi Monfared; Mohammad Taeibi Rahni; Masoud Zareh

Volume 7, Issue 2 , June 2023, Pages 1-9

Abstract
  Inspiring from bird’s wings and flights has long been a fascinating subject. In recent years, due to advent of materials and implementation of bird’s flights, use of morphing wings have created considerable changes in scientific issues related to air vehicles. In this article, for the first ...  Read More

Research Article Flight mechanics/Navigation/Control/...
Using Neural Network to Estimate the Success Percent of Spacecraft Active Fault-Tolerant Controller

Rouzbeh Moradi; Jamila Hamzeyee

Volume 7, Issue 2 , June 2023, Pages 11-16

Abstract
  Determining the controller success percent is one of the important issues in spacecraft active fault-tolerant control. The importance of this subject is mainly related to the random and unpredictable nature of faults. On the other hand, since there exists a wide range of faults, various simulations and ...  Read More

Research Article Design/System/Reliability/Flight Competence/Flight Testing/...
Design and Optimization of Two- stage AC/DC Power Supply Based on Increasing Reliability for Aircraft Power Supply

Seyed Mehdi Nouri; Mehdi Alami Rostami; Ghasem Kahe

Volume 7, Issue 2 , June 2023, Pages 17-28

Abstract
  In this paper, the efficiency and reliability of the two- stage AC/DC power electronic converter has been optimized for use in aircraft systems. The optimization is done using multi- objective genetic algorithm (NSGA- II), in order to minimize the objective function. The objective function variables ...  Read More

Research Article Flight mechanics/Navigation/Control/...
Optimal Technology Allocation of in the Life Support Subsystem with Maximum Reliability

Milad Mahmoudi; A. B. Basohbate Novinzadeh; Farshad Pazooki

Volume 7, Issue 2 , June 2023, Pages 29-37

Abstract
  The atmosphere of the Red Planet or Mars contains 95% of carbon dioxide, 3% of nitrogen, 1.6% of argon and only a small amount of oxygen, and in terms of concentration is about one percent of the planet's atmosphere, which makes it virtually impossible for humans to live and survive on Mars. Therefore, ...  Read More

Scientific extension Life Sciences/Environment/Plant Physiology/Animal Physiology/Remote Sensing/...
Anaerobic Photosynthesizers and their Potential to Create a Biosphere on the Surface of the Red Planet

Fateme Mousavi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , June 2023, Pages 39-47

Abstract
  The atmosphere of the Red Planet or Mars contains 95% of carbon dioxide, 3% of nitrogen, 1.6% of argon and only a small amount of oxygen, and in terms of concentration is about one percent of the planet's atmosphere, which makes it virtually impossible for humans to live and survive on Mars. Therefore, ...  Read More

Scientific extension Propulsion/Thermodynamics/Heat Transfer/Fuel and Combustion/Energy/...
Use of Solid Fuel Ramjet Technology in the New Generation of Artillery Shells

Sobhan Herfat; mostafa mahmoodi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , June 2023, Pages 49-58

Abstract
  Increasing the range of conventional bullets has become very important today. Previous technologies increased the range of bullets by a certain amount. These former technologies in artillery shells include the technology of creating a bullet at the base of the bullet and the use of rocket bullet technology. ...  Read More