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Instructor: Pitt, Dale
Aero Eng 5353: Aeroelasticity
Study of phenomena involving interactions among inertial, aerodynamic, and elastic forces and the influence of these interactions on aircraft and space vehicle design. Some aeroelastic phenomena are: divergence, control effectiveness, control reversal, flutter, buffeting, dynamic response to rapidly applied loads, aeroelastic effects on load distribution, and static and dynamic stability.
Time/Day: 04:00 pm - 06:30 pm R
Prerequisites: : Aero Eng 3251 and 3171.
Course Component(s): Lecture
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