Aeroservoelasticity (ASE) is a multidisciplinary study of interactions between structural dynamics, unsteady aerodynamics and control systems. In this paper, the Aircraft Test Model ATM developed by NASA Dryden Flight Research Center is used, and the velocities at which flutter occurs are calculated by use of the STARS aeroservoelastic software. For the validation of our aeroservoelastic study, STARS aeroservoelastic software developed also by NASA is used. We develop a new aeroservoelastic tool in Matlab to consider these interactions, and the obtained results through our method are compared to the ones obtained in STARS.

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