4. The Weight Engineer and the Flutter Problem

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Title4. The Weight Engineer and the Flutter Problem
Publication TypeConference Paper
Paper Number0004
Year of Publication1941
AuthorsBisch, P. E.
Conference11th Dinner Meeting, Melody Lane Cafe, Hollywood, California, March 14, 1941
Conference LocationHollywood, California
PublisherSociety of Allied Weight Engineers, Inc.
Date Published3/14/41

Mr. Bisch first defines and illustrates several fundamental cases of vibration. An explanation of the particular case of vibration as set up in the flutter of wing or tail and how actual flutter is caused follows.

The second phase of the paper is an outline of the information required by the flutter engineer from the weight engineer and how this may be obtained.

An estimate for the time required to obtain the necessary weight data is given and this along with the procedure should prove very helpful when dealing with flutter problems.

Key Words22. Weight Engineering - Structural Design
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