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An essential part of the validation process of flight simulators has been the comparison of the simulator and aeroplane flight modes of motion for set manoeuvres. A simulator‐to‐flight match is essential for the full range of manoeuvres, both in‐flight and on‐the‐ground, if the...
A pointing control system, combining passive inertial stabilization with active control, is presented. Such systems can direct an apparatus towards a fixed or slow moving target from a moving vehicle whose motion is almost rectilinear. The system was initially conceived to study the total solar...
The structural acoustic problem, wherein an acoustic domain is confined within a partly flexible laminated composite enclosure is presented. From the finite element free vibration analysis of the laminated folded plate structure a mobility relation is derived between the normal velocity of the...
So far the literature on inverse shape design in aerodynamics is still confined to the single‐point (nominal design point) design and to steady flow. This situation cannot cope with the modern development of internal and external aerodynamics and aerothermoelasticity, especially turbomachinery...
A new type of engine is proposed. The principle of the operation of this engine is as follows. The alternating electric current of high frequency flows from the condenser over the vertical conductor of the cross and branches at its centre in three directions. The vertical current generates a...
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