11/22/2012

Aviation: Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators


Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators explains about basic aerodynamics, which is cover wing and airfoil forces, development of aerodynamics forces, and high lift devices to planform effects and airplane drag. Additionally, this handbook also contains information about airplane performance, high speed aerodynamics, stability and control, and operating strength limitations to application of aerodynamics to specific problems of flying.

Generally, this textbook gives you complete reference for all phases of flying in Naval aviation. Much of the specialized mathematical detail of aerodynamics has been omitted wherever it was considered unnecessary in the field of flying operations.

Contents:
Basic Aerodynamics
Airplane Performance
High Speed Aerodynamics
Stability and Control
Operating Strength Limitations
Application of Aerodynamics to Specific Problems of Flying

If you are looking for Aviation: Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators,  please download it from their official website that the link is below.


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