The phenomenon of oscillatory instability called ‘flutter’ was observed in aeroelasticity and rotor dynamics about a century ago. Driven by a series of applications involving non-conservative elasticity theory at different physical scales, ranging from nanomechanics to the mechanics of large space structures and including biomechanical problems of motility and growth, research on flutter is experiencing a new renaissance. A review is presented of the most notable applications and recent advances in fundamentals, both theoretical and experimental aspects, of flutter instability and Hopf bifurcation. Open problems, research gaps and new perspectives for investigations are indicated.

Flutter instability in solids and structures, with a view on biomechanics and metamaterials / Bigoni, D.; Dal Corso, F.; Kirillov, O. N.; Misseroni, D.; Noselli, G.; Piccolroa, z. A.. - In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. SERIES A. - ISSN 1364-5021. - 479:2279(2023), pp. 1-27. [10.1098/rspa.2023.0523]

Flutter instability in solids and structures, with a view on biomechanics and metamaterials

Misseroni, D.;Noselli, G.;
2023-01-01

Abstract

The phenomenon of oscillatory instability called ‘flutter’ was observed in aeroelasticity and rotor dynamics about a century ago. Driven by a series of applications involving non-conservative elasticity theory at different physical scales, ranging from nanomechanics to the mechanics of large space structures and including biomechanical problems of motility and growth, research on flutter is experiencing a new renaissance. A review is presented of the most notable applications and recent advances in fundamentals, both theoretical and experimental aspects, of flutter instability and Hopf bifurcation. Open problems, research gaps and new perspectives for investigations are indicated.
2023
https://doi.org/10.1098/rspa.2023.0523
Bigoni, D.; Dal Corso, F.; Kirillov, O. N.; Misseroni, D.; Noselli, G.; Piccolroa, z. A.
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