Aeroelastic Flutter of Continuous Systems: A Generalized Laplace Transform Method

  title={Aeroelastic Flutter of Continuous Systems: A Generalized Laplace Transform Method},
  author={Arion Pons and Stefanie Gutschmidt},
  journal={Journal of Applied Mechanics},
Pseudospectral continuation for aeroelastic stability analysis
  • A. Pons
  • Engineering
    Journal of Vibration and Acoustics
  • 2022
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