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  • noun physics The scientific study of the effect of aerodynamic loads on structures.


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  • Therefore, irrespective of the launch system used for a winged OSP, the vehicle must be flown at essentially a zero-lift angle of attack, and any variations due to vehicle aeroelasticity must be carefully controlled.

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  • Yuan-Cheng B. Fung, University of California - San Diego Fung's theory of aeroelasticity formed the defining ideas in how aero-structures interact with aerodynamic flows, an important contribution to aerospace engineering.

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  • Training materials will cover the full range of NX Nastran capabilities including: basic static analysis, basic and advanced dynamic analysis, forced dynamic response, direct matrix abstraction programming (DMAP), aeroelasticity, rotor dynamics, optimization and sensitivity analysis, and coupled structural/acoustics analysis.

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  • * Emphasis on the strong link between aeroelasticity and loads

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  • This new textbook introduces the foundations of aeroelasticity and loads for the flexible aircraft, providing an understanding of the main concepts involved and relating them to aircraft behaviour and industrial practice.

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