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Determining the effect of structural perturbations on the eigenvalue spectra of networks is an important problem because the spectra characterize not only their topological structures, but also their dynamical behavior, such as synchronization and cascading processes on networks. Here we develop a theory for estimating the change of the largest eigenvalue(More)
A plunging-pitching aeroelastic apparatus has been developed to experimentally test new devices for flow and aeroelastic control. The purpose of the experiment is twofold: i) the first phase investigates the aeroelastic behavior of a two-dimensional wing section in post-flutter region, structurally and aerodynamically characterizing the aeroelastic model;(More)
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