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A complete reference on modern flight control methods for fixed-wing aircraft, this authoritative book includes contributions from an international group of experts in their respective specialized fields, largely from industry. Split into two parts, the first section of the book deals with the fundamentals of flight control systems design; the second concentrates on genuine applications based on the modern control methods used in the latest aircraft.It is assumed that the reader will have some knowledge of classical control. The book builds upon the foundations laid by standard texts on flight control so that the reader will gain a good background in current industrial practice and be in a position to benefit from more specialized reading. Its prime aim is to bridge the gap between academic research and real-world applications in the area and its emphasis on practical approaches will make it particularly suitable for: practicing engineers who are relatively new in the aviation industry and require a consolidated approach to the different aspects of flight control; postgraduate students in strategic or applied research; final stage undergraduates.
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Sir Roger Pratt (1620 – 20 February 1684) was an English gentleman-architect of the 17th century. He designed only five known buildings, but was highly influential, establishing a particularly English type of house, which was widely imitated.
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