[en] Stall flutter is an important undesirable phenomenon affecting lifting surfaces such as helicopter and wind turbine blades, but is particularly difficult to model. Existing methodologies are not universally applicable, and have significant limitations concerning applicability, time of computation and accuracy. This paper presents a method that combines interactive boundary layer with point vortex shedding. It is applied to a NACA0012 airfoil, at different angles of attack in the −40◦ < a < 40◦ range, considering a free flow velocity of 20[m/s]. Results are compared to those obtained at the Goldstein Laboratory of the University of Manchester.