Flight Physics [electronic resource] : Essentials of Aeronautical Disciplines and Technology, with Historical Notes / by E. Torenbeek, H. Wittenberg.

By: Torenbeek, E [author.]Contributor(s): Wittenberg, H [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2009Description: XII, 537 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402086649Subject(s): Engineering | Mechanics, applied | Hydraulic engineering | Engineering design | History | Engineering | Automotive Engineering | Theoretical and Applied Mechanics | Engineering Fluid Dynamics | Engineering Design | HistoryAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 629.2 LOC classification: TL1-483Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
History of Aviation -- to Atmospheric Flight -- Low-Speed Aerodynamics -- Lift and Drag at Low Speeds -- Aircraft Engines and Propulsion -- Aeroplane Performance -- Stability and Control -- Helicopter Flight Mechanics -- High-Speed Flight.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book contains a synthesis of the fundamental disciplines and applications involved in the description and analysis of aircraft flight. It covers introductions into the fields of atmospheric properties, applied aerodynamics, aircraft propulsion, flight performance, and stability and control. Since it emphasizes the practical side of flight physics, attention is duly paid to the historical development of aviation and specific aeronautical technologies. The present text emphasizes the connection of all relevant aeronautical disciplines by presenting a carefully selected set of interrelated subjects. Most of these are treated by definitions of elementary concepts, descriptions of the various physical phenomena and mathematical derivations. Wherever possible and useful, explanations have been further clarified by including graphical illustrations, numerical examples and photographs. The main body of the text applies to aircraft operating at fairly low speeds, where the compressibility of the atmospheric air is of secondary importance. A separate chapter is devoted to flight speeds approaching and exceeding the speed of sound. The large variety of existing aircraft categories has been narrowed down to (fixed-wing) aeroplanes with conventional take-off and landing performances. Elements of helicopter flight are reviewed in a separate chapter. To encourage further reading, all nine chapters include a comprehensive list of related publications.
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History of Aviation -- to Atmospheric Flight -- Low-Speed Aerodynamics -- Lift and Drag at Low Speeds -- Aircraft Engines and Propulsion -- Aeroplane Performance -- Stability and Control -- Helicopter Flight Mechanics -- High-Speed Flight.

This book contains a synthesis of the fundamental disciplines and applications involved in the description and analysis of aircraft flight. It covers introductions into the fields of atmospheric properties, applied aerodynamics, aircraft propulsion, flight performance, and stability and control. Since it emphasizes the practical side of flight physics, attention is duly paid to the historical development of aviation and specific aeronautical technologies. The present text emphasizes the connection of all relevant aeronautical disciplines by presenting a carefully selected set of interrelated subjects. Most of these are treated by definitions of elementary concepts, descriptions of the various physical phenomena and mathematical derivations. Wherever possible and useful, explanations have been further clarified by including graphical illustrations, numerical examples and photographs. The main body of the text applies to aircraft operating at fairly low speeds, where the compressibility of the atmospheric air is of secondary importance. A separate chapter is devoted to flight speeds approaching and exceeding the speed of sound. The large variety of existing aircraft categories has been narrowed down to (fixed-wing) aeroplanes with conventional take-off and landing performances. Elements of helicopter flight are reviewed in a separate chapter. To encourage further reading, all nine chapters include a comprehensive list of related publications.

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