Performance, Stability, Dynamics, & Control 3rd edition [Kietas viršelis]

  • Formatas: Hardback, 900 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 236x163x48 mm, weight: 1878 g, illustrations
  • Serija: AIAA Education Series
  • Išleidimo metai: 03-Sep-2015
  • Leidėjas: American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics
  • ISBN-10: 1624102743
  • ISBN-13: 9781624102745
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
  • Formatas: Hardback, 900 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 236x163x48 mm, weight: 1878 g, illustrations
  • Serija: AIAA Education Series
  • Išleidimo metai: 03-Sep-2015
  • Leidėjas: American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics
  • ISBN-10: 1624102743
  • ISBN-13: 9781624102745
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
Performance, Stability, Dynamics and Control of Airplanes provides a comprehensive and integrated overview of several interrelated disciplines involving airplane performance. It contains all necessary background material on aerodynamics, dynamics, and control systems, discussing the fundamental principles with the use of sketches, solved examples, and design exercises. It is an ideal text for upper level undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals. Chapters 1 through 3 present basic principles of aerodynamics, aircraft performance, and static equilibrium and control in steady flight. Chapter 4 deals with aircraft dynamics and decoupled equations for longitudinal and lateral motion, and it introduces the concept of stability derivatives. Chapter 5 discusses design of stability augmentation systems and autopilots. Chapter 6 discusses aircraft response and methods of closed-loop control of aircraft, while Chapters 7 and 8 discuss problems of inertial coupling, aircraft spin, and high angle of attack. The third edition features updates throughout along with a new chapter 9 on stability, control issues, and challenges of unmanned aerial vehicles
Preface to the Third Edition xv
Preface to the Second Edition xvii
Preface to the First Edition xix
Chapter 1 Review of Basic Aerodynamic Principles 1(70)
1.1 Introduction
1(1)
1.2 Fluid Flow over Wings and Bodies
2(9)
1.3 Drag of Bodies
11(1)
1.4 Wing Parameters
12(6)
1.5 Aerodynamic Characteristics of Wing Sections
18(10)
1.6 Aerodynamic Characteristics of Finite Wings
28(5)
1.7 Methods of Reducing Induced Drag
33(1)
1.8 Tip Vortices: Formation and Hazards
34(3)
1.9 Flow of a Compressible Fluid
37(2)
1.10 Aerodynamic Forces in Supersonic Flow
39(3)
1.11 Critical Mach Number
42(20)
1.12 Area Rule
62(6)
1.13 Summary
68(1)
References
68(1)
Problems
69(2)
Chapter 2 Aircraft Performance 71(106)
2.1 Introduction
71(3)
2.2 Equations of Motion for Flight in Vertical Plane
74(4)
2.3 Gliding Flight
78(8)
2.4 Level Flight
86(14)
2.5 Climbing Flight
100(13)
2.6 Range and Endurance
113(8)
2.7 Endurance
121(9)
2.8 Turning Flight
130(26)
2.9 Takeoff and Landing
156(10)
2.10 Hazards During Takeoff and Landing: Windshear and Microburst
166(3)
2.11 Summary
169(1)
References
169(1)
Problems
170(7)
Chapter 3 Static Stability and Control 177(164)
3.1 Introduction
177(1)
3.2 Concept of Equilibrium and Stability
177(4)
3.3 Static Longitudinal Stability
181(84)
3.4 Stability in Maneuvering Flights
265(11)
3.5 Static Directional Stability
276(35)
3.6 Lateral Stability
311(20)
3.7 Summary
331(1)
References
332(1)
Problems
333(8)
Chapter 4 Equations of Motion and Estimation of Stability Derivatives 341(134)
4.1 Introduction
341(1)
4.2 Axes Systems
342(42)
4.3 Equations of Motion and Concept of Moving Axes System
384(33)
4.4 Estimation of Stability Derivatives
417(52)
4.5 Summary
469(1)
References
470(1)
Problems
471(4)
Chapter 5 Linear Systems, Theory, and Design: A Brief Review 475(110)
5.1 Introduction
475(1)
5.2 Laplace Transform
476(6)
5.3 Transfer Function
482(1)
5.4 System Response
483(8)
5.5 Steady-State Errors of Unity Feedback Systems
491(3)
5.6 Frequency Response
494(8)
5.7 Stability of Closed-Loop Systems
502(24)
5.8 Relations Between Time-Domain and Frequency-Domain Parameters
526(4)
5.9 Design of Compensators
530(21)
5.10 State-Space Analysis and Design
551(27)
5.11 Summary
578(1)
References
579(1)
Problems
579(6)
Chapter 6 Airplane Response and Closed-Loop Control 585(96)
6.1 Introduction
585(1)
6.2 Longitudinal Response
586(30)
6.3 Lateral-Directional Response
616(28)
6.4 Flying Qualities
644(4)
6.5 Closed-Loop Flight Control
648(29)
6.6 Summary
677(1)
References
677(1)
Problems
678(3)
Chapter 7 Inertia Coupling and Spin 681(50)
7.1 Introduction
681(1)
7.2 Inertia Coupling
681(15)
7.3 Autorotation of Wings and Fuselages
696(5)
7.4 Airplane Spin
701(4)
7.5 Equations of Motion for Steady-State Spin
705(14)
7.6 Spin Recovery
719(3)
7.7 Geometrical Modifications to Improve Spin Resistance
722(5)
7.8 Summary
727(1)
References
728(1)
Problems
729(2)
Chapter 8 Stability and Control Problems at High Angles of Attack 731(82)
8.1 Introduction
731(1)
8.2 A Brief Historical Sketch
731(2)
8.3 Brief Overview of High-Alpha Problems
733(1)
8.4 Delta Wings at High Angles of Attack
734(12)
8.5 Leading-Edge Extensions
746(2)
8.6 Forebodies at High Angles of Attack
748(6)
8.7 Relation Between Angle of Attack, Sideslip, and Roll Angle
754(1)
8.8 Wing Rock
755(15)
8.9 Roll Attractor of Delta Wings
770(3)
8.10 Forebody-Induced Wing Rock
773(11)
8.11 Suppression of Wing Rock
784(7)
8.12 Roll Reversal and Yaw Departure
791(4)
8.13 Control Concepts at High Angles of Attack
795(15)
8.14 Summary
810(1)
References
810(3)
Chapter 9 Stability, Control Issues, and Challenges of UAVs 813(14)
9.1 Introduction
813(2)
9.2 Stability, Control Issues, and Challenges
815(9)
9.3 Summary
824(1)
References
824(3)
Appendix A Standard Atmospheres 827(4)
Appendix B Table of Laplace Transforms 831(2)
Appendix C Cramer's Rule 833(2)
Appendix D Conversion of U.S. Customary Units to SI Units 835(2)
Appendix E Solved Examples 837(2)
Appendix F Summary of Equations of Motion, Stability Derivatives, and Transfer Functions 839(14)
Bibliography 853(2)
Index 855(26)
Supporting Materials 881