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Course# ME-435: Aeroelasticity and fluid-structure interaction

Summary

La réponse statique et dynamique des systèmes couplés fluide-structure résultant de l'excitation indépendante, l'excitation induite par le mouvement, et l'excitation induite par les instabilités des fluides.

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