Jane'sAllTheWorld'sAircraft2004-2005

“Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft” sets the standard in aviation reference. It provides exhaustive technical detail on over 1,000 civil and military aircraft currently being produced or under development by more than 560 companies. Photographs and line drawings aid recognition and comparison, giving you the ability to evaluate competitors, recognize trends in aerospace development, identify …

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Introduction to RF Stealth

This book is based on material developed in the mid-1970s for stealth weapon systems. The material remained classified for 20 years or more. All of the material in the text is from unclassified sources that have become available in the last 5 to 10 years. Also, much of this material is in the public domain …

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Health Monitoring of Aerospace Structures

The impact that the aerospace industry has had on our lives and the world economy over the last fifty years is difficult to exaggerate. Aside from the obvious advantages relating to quick, affordable travel to far-off locations there are many more ways in which this revolution has changed our lives. The effect the aerospace industry …

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Bramwell's Helicopter Dynamics

At the time of publication of the first edition of the book in 1976, Bramwell’s Helicopter Dynamics was a unique addition to the fundamental knowledge of dynamics of rotorcraft due to its coverage in a single volume of subjects ranging from aerodynamics, through flight dynamics to vibrational dynamics and aeroelasticity. It proved to be popular, …

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Aircraft Structures for engineering students

The objective of this Aeronautical Engineer’s Data book is to provide a concise and useful source of up-to-date information for the student or practising aeronautical engineer. Despite the proliferation of specialized information sources, there is still a need for basic data on established engineering rules, conversions, modern aircraft and engines to be available in an …

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Airplane Flying Handbook.

The Airplane Flying Handbook is designed as a technical manual to introduce basic pilot skills and knowledge that are essential for piloting airplanes. It provides information on transition to other airplanes and the operation of various airplane systems. It is developed by the Flight Standards Service, Airman Testing Standards Branch, in cooperation with various aviation …

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Aircraft Design Projects

There are many excellent texts covering aircraft design from a variety of perspectives.1 Some of these are aimed at specific audiences ranging from practising aerospace engineers, to engineering students, to amateur airplane builders. Others cover specialized aspects of the subject such as undercarriage or propulsion system design. Some of these are quite detailed in their …

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Aeronautical Engineer's Data Book

This volume is intended for students of engineering on courses or programmes of study to graduate level. The sequence of subject development in this edition commences with definitions and concepts and goes on to cover incompressible flow, low speed aerofoil and wing theory, compressible flow, high speed wing theory, viscous flow, boundary layers, transition and …

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Airplane Design – T Volumes – DrJan Roskam.

The purpose of this series of books on Airplane Design is to familiarize aerospace engineering students with the methodology and decision making involved in the process of designing airplanes. To design an airplane it is necessary that a ml&B1Q¤.E¤E£1f1£¤LiQn for the airplane is available. Airplane mission specifications come about in different ways. depending on the …

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Aircraft Design Projects

There are many excellent texts covering aircraft design from a variety of perspectives.1 Some of these are aimed at specific audiences ranging from practising aerospace engineers, to engineering students, to amateur airplane builders. Others cover specialized aspects of the subject such as undercarriage or propulsion system design. Some of these are quite detailed in their …

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Aeronautical Engineer's Data Book

This volume is intended for students of engineering on courses or programmes of study to graduate level. The sequence of subject development in this edition commences with definitions and concepts and goes on to cover incompressible flow, low speed aerofoil and wing theory, compressible flow, high speed wing theory, viscous flow, boundary layers, transition and …

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Air and Spaceborne Radar Systems An Introduction

For over half a century, radar has been a permanent feature of surveillance activities. Practically unaffected by meteorological conditions, it operates independently of sunlight, while its detection ranges and the angular domain it covers make it an essential tool for continuous surveillance of a very wide area. Over the last fifty years, radar operational capability …

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Introduction To Aerodynamics Of Flight

Khoa học về khí động học đã có lịch sử từ hàng ngàn năm trước, tuy nhiên nó chỉ được chú trọng cho tới khi các nhà du hành vũ trụ ở Kitty Hawk lần đầu tiên thực hiện một chuyến bay nặng hơn không khí trong không gian và đặt chân lên mặt trăng. Trong vài …

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