adjective aero·ther·mo·elas·tic \¦er-ō-ˌthər-mō-i-¦la-stik\

Definition of aerothermoelastic

  1. :  aeroelastic aerothermoelastic structural systems


\¦er-ō-ˌthər-mō-i-ˌla-¦sti-sə-tē, -ˌē-ˌla-, -¦sti-stē\ play noun Several tools would help greatly in designing structural components, including codes for conceptual design that could rapidly determine maximum mechanical and thermal loads for a trajectory. … Dynamic loads and aerothermoelasticity should be included in these codes. — John G. Davis, Jr. and Sidney C. Dixon, Aerospace America, July 1988

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Origin and Etymology of aerothermoelastic

aero- + thermoelastic

First Known Use: 1960

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