Definition of aeroelasticity in English:

aeroelasticity

Syllabification: aer·o·e·las·tic·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌe(ə)rō-iˌlaˈstisitē, -ˌēla-
 
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noun

The science of the interaction between aerodynamic forces and nonrigid structures.
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  • We have demonstrated a number of flight conditions, where we have actually taken advantage of the aeroelasticity of the wing.
  • The primary areas considered are structural dynamics, static aeroelasticity, and dynamic aeroelasticity.
  • This is highly recommended for anyone who deals with aeroelasticity and flutter flight testing.

Derivatives

aeroelastic

Pronunciation: /-iˈlastik/
adjective
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  • The aeroelastic stability of the wing and tilting nacelles will also be evaluated using this aircraft.
  • Analysis of aeroelastic deformation, divergence, flutter and control surface efficiency is emphasized.
  • The effectiveness of aeroelastic tailoring is demonstrated through the optimization results.

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