By Y C Fung
Aimed toward complex undergraduates and graduate scholars, this extraordinary textual content surveys aeroelastic difficulties, their historic history, easy actual techniques, and the foundations of study. It has additionally confirmed hugely invaluable to designers and engineers thinking about flutter, structural dynamics, flight lots, and comparable topics.
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An Introduction to the Theory of Aeroelasticity by Y C Fung