- The Strangest, Most Spectacular Bridge Collapse (And How We Got It Wrong)
- The bridge's downfall was her own peculiar response to the wind, in a phenomenon known as self-excitation, aeroelastic instability, or flutter.
- Sometimes size does matter: 25 years with the largest wind tunnel in the world
- Yet it was surprising in 1993 to see the space shuttle drag chute being tested with modifications to improve drag performance with reduced buffeting.
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