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  • flutter — [flut′ər] vi. [ME floteren < OE flotorian, freq. of flotian < base of fleotan: see FLEET2] 1. to flap the wings rapidly, as in short flight or without flying at all 2. to wave or vibrate rapidly and irregularly [a flag fluttering in the… …   English World dictionary

  • Flutter (electronics and communication) — In the field of electronics and communication, flutter is the rapid variation of signal parameters, such as amplitude, phase, and frequency. Examples of electronic flutter are:*Rapid variations in received signal levels, such as variations that… …   Wikipedia

  • flutter — A vibration caused by the combined effects of the changes in pressure distribution over the surface of airfoils as the angle of attack is altered and the elastic forces set up by the distortion of the structure itself. In the worst cases, there… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Controlled aerodynamic instability phenomena — The term controlled aerodynamic instability phenomena was first used by Cristiano Augusto Trein[1] in the Nineteenth KKCNN Symposium on Civil Engineering [2] held in Kyoto – Japan in 2006. The concept is based on the idea that aerodynamic… …   Wikipedia

  • Controlled Aerodynamic Instability Phenomena — The term Controlled Aerodynamic Instability Phenomena was firstly used by [http://www.cristianotrein.com Cristiano Augusto Trein] in the Nineteenth KKCNN Symposium on Civil Engineering [Matsumoto, M.; Trein, C.; Ito, Y.; Okubo, K.; Matsumiya, H.; …   Wikipedia

  • torsional aileron flutter — A flutter caused by the wing twisting under loads imposed on it by the movement of the ailerons. The diagram gives the sequence for a half cycle. In Figure A, the aileron is displaced slightly downward, exerting an increased lifting force on the… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Bicycle and motorcycle dynamics — A computer generated, simplified model of bike and rider demonstrating an uncontrolled right turn. An …   Wikipedia

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