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In ultrasound, describes a region of a relatively unattenuating medium. A distinction should be made between a transonic region and an acoustic echo.
[trans- + sonic]
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That is, the proposed approach is able to generate good training data for ROMs in a transonic flight regime.
To further demonstrate the performance of the proposed approach in the flutter prediction in a transonic flight regime, the ROM2s are coupled with the structural model to make time-marching simulations.
In this study, an efficient approach is proposed to generate the training data for constructing the reduced-order model of an unsteady aerodynamic system with the variation of flight parameters in a transonic flight regime.
To confirm this last result also for a transonic flight condition, typical of modern transport aircrafts of a medium and/or long operative range, a second distribution of fictitious moments of inertia was adopted.