ASWING is a software program for the aerodynamic, structural, and control-response analysis of aircraft with flexible wings and fuselages of high to moderate aspect ration. Static, time-domain dynamic, and frequency-domain dynamic analyses can be performed, allowing predictions of diverence, control reversal, flutter, trajectory pertubations, structural strains and stresses, structural load resultants, etc.
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