Transonic blade flutter: A survey of new developments
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This paper presents a review of current work in transonic blade flutter research. Aerodynamic analyses for the prediction of attached flow flutter, choke flutter, and stall flutter are described. Also reviewed are unsteady aerodynamic measurement and flutter test programs that have recently been completed or are in progress to investigate transonic blade flutter phenomena.
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