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What is fluttering

by danny2010
Tags: flutter, galloping, lco, stall fluttering
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May1-11, 10:19 AM
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[b]1. What is fluttering. And pls also explain stall fluttering, LCO and galloping.

[b]2. I am interested in theory only. Pls help me.

[b]3. Flutter is a dangerous phenomenon encountered in flexible structures subjected to aerodynamic forces.Flutter is a highly undesirable and dangerous self excited mode of oscillation that can result in high cycle fatigue failure
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