Investigated was the aeroelastic treatment of a three-dimensional NACA0006 wing by coupling the boundary element method (panel method) for the aerodynamic solution with a beam model (Chrono) for the structural-elastic solution to obtain an aeroelastic solution. Aerodynamic information is interpolated to the structural model by using radial basis functions. As a validation case an analytical model was set up by calculating the lift force from the lifting-line theory and the resulting deflection and torsion predicted with a linear beam theory. This analytical model considers a purely torsional aeroelastic case which is comparable with the simulation results. The distribution of the lift force over the span position of the simulation and the analytical model agrees well, particularly in comparison to the purely torsional case.