Definition of self-excited in English:

self-excited

Syllabification: self-ex·cit·ed

adjective

Physics
  • Relating to or denoting a dynamo-electric machine or analogous system that generates or excites its own magnetic field.
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    • When an airplane flies at a speed greater than a certain threshold, those self-excited vibrations become unstable, leading to flutter.

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