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In order for the aerospace industry to achieve success in export markets through the provision of high levels of product choice, it will need to develop and economically use many new materials and manufacturing processes. Examines how the constraints imposed by changing market trends affect the...
Parachute recovery systems are described from a systems perspective. Parachute recovery is particularly suited to tactical fixed wing UAV systems that require a high degree of mobility by allowing air vehicle recovery onto unprepared terrain. The descent environment is described, and the impact...
States that at present wind tunnels are the most commonly used methods for obtaining data on aerofoils and investigating boundary layer phenomena in order to improve laminar flows. Looks at an alternative to wind tunnels - an unmanned aerial vehicle developed by the University of Glasgow - the...
Increases in air traffic and air traffic controller workload lead to a need to provide assistance to the air traffic controller. Proposes and validates a new organization of air traffic control, which allows air traffic controllers to remain active in the control and supervisory loop of the...
Gives a momentum theory analysis to analyze the effects of the shroud on aerodynamic performance in a helicopter shrouded tail rotor system for hover and side wind states. As the key to the analysis, introduces a thrust distribution factor to represent the ratio of the shroud thrust to the total...
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