Anatomy of the Aeroplane. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2176367
  • Book
  • 480 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book bridges the gap between aeronautical principles and the practical world of aeroplanes by explaining aircraft design in terms of aerodynamics, propulsion, land and water operation, and structural arrangement. The book has been updated to include the main advances in aircraft design, propulsion and manufacture since it was first published in 1996.
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Part 1 – Environment. The atmosphere; The operational environment; Part 2 – Requirements. Requirements and the specification; Interpretation of requirements; Part 3 – Aerodynamic Shape. The ′Classical′ generation of aerodynamic forces; The control of lift and drag; Engine–airframe matching; Balancing the aerodynamic sum; Part 4 – Ground and Water Operations. Landplanes; Seaplanes; The structure; The final aeroplane; Appendices; References and further reading; Index.
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Darrol Stinton
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