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Static and aeroelastic flow control using a discrete vortex method

Vezza, M. and Taylor, Ian and Donnellan, B. and Brown, C. (2003) Static and aeroelastic flow control using a discrete vortex method. In: 11th International Conference on Wind Engineering, 2003-06-02 - 2003-06-05.

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Abstract

A discrete vortex method has been developed for the numerical analysis of bridge deck configurations, and has been applied to a number of cases to determine both static loading and aeroelastic properties (e.g. flutter derivatives) of existing and novel designs.