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The blended-Ming-body (BWB) configuration appears as a promising contender for the next generation of large transport aircraft. The idea of blending the wing with the fuselage and eliminating the tail is not new. it has long been known that tailless aircraft can suffer from stability and control problems that must be addressed early in the design. Tins thesis is concerned with identifying and then evaluating the flight dynamics, stability, flight controls and handling qualities of a generic BWB large transport aircraft concept.
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