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By R. Varatharajoo, E. J. Abdullah, D. L. Majid, F. I. Romli, A. S. Mohd Rafie

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Romli, A. S. Mohd Rafie and K. A. Ahmad 19 The generic approach of simple up-down flapping motion with flexible membrane wing skins can be exhibited in Fig. 1. Fig. 1(b) exhibits a simplified model that was built to mimic the flapping wing mechanism of a real bird like the one in Fig. 1(a). Such flapping mechanism and motion is also exhibited in a relatively small flying model of a flapping-wing ornithopter in Fig. 1(c), while Fig. 1(d) exhibits a Flying Ornithopter-like aircraft built by DeLaurier [3].

These initial researches had led the author into developing an experimental rig as reported in this paper. Though CFD is the recent era, it is useful to browse the earlier work in brake disk by Limpert [3], Sission [4] and Newcomb [5]. These early works mainly dependent on the experimental approach to determine the heat transfer characteristics of the rotor. Sission [4] has suggested analytical method to predict cooling on ventilated flow through and validated with experimental apparatus. Newcomb [5] has given a general view about energy dissipation during braking.

Yusof and M. Idris, Investigations on the effect of blade angle on the ventilated brake disc using CFD, vol. 376 , no. HTD(1), 2005. [2] K. Munisamy, Aerodynamics of car brake disc cooling with improved design via computational fluid dynamics, Bedfordshire: Cranfield University, 2002. [3] R. Limpert, The thermal performance of automotive disc brakes, vol. 750873, 1975. [4] A. Sission, Thermal analysis of vented brake rotors, vol. 780352, 1978. [5] T. Newcomb, Energy dissipated during braking, Proceedings of Wear, pp.

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