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Flutter Aeroelasticity Distribution of Mach number around a plate at M = 1.0 Distribution of Mach number around a plate at M = 1.06 Distribution of Mach number around a plate at M = 1.3 Distribution of Mach number around a plate at M = 1.82 and flow density 0.000245 Distribution of Mach number around the diverged plate at M = 0.91 Divergence of plate at M = 0.91 First millisecond of the vibration of the stiffened shell, which corresponds to the fuselage of a small passenger airplane; the strike falls on the intersection of the stiffeners Growth of the second natural mode of oscillations of a plate (M = 1.3) Plate oscillation mode at M = 1.0 (corresponds to a borderline state between divergence and single mode flutter) Plate oscillations at M = 1.39 (the process is chaotic, with no specific mode dominated) Plate oscillations at M = 1.82 and flow density 0.000245 Pure single mode flutter oscillations of a plate (M = 1.06) Vibrations of the crosswise stiffened shell, which corresponds to the fuselage of a small passenger airplane, excited by the strike, fallen on the cell center Vibrations of the isotropic unstiffened shell, which corresponds to the fuselage of a small passenger airplane under the point impulse, which is represented by the ball strike Vibrations of the shell, which corresponds to the fuselage of a small pasenger airplaine, with "smeared" stringers; the strike falls on the center of the span Vibrations of the shell, which corresponds to the fuselage of a small pasenger airplaine, with "smeared" stiffeners; both the stringers and frames are "smeared." Vibrations of the shell, which corresponds to the fuselage of a small passenger airplane, with "smeared" stringers; the strike falls on the frame Vibrations of the stiffened shell, which corresponds to the fuselage of a small passenger airplane; the strike falls on the intersection of the stiffeners
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