Cockpit Engineering

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Ashgate Pub., Jan 1, 2005 - Transportation - 410 pages
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Cockpit Engineering provides an understandable introduction to cockpit systems and a reference to current concepts and research. Although the focus of the book is on combat aircraft, which present the greatest engineering and ergonomic challenges, Cockpit Engineering is written for professional engineers and scientists involved in aerospace research, manufacture and procurement; and for aircrew, both civil and military - particularly during training. It will also be of great interest to university students specialising in aerospace, mechanical and electronic engineering, and to professional engineers and scientists in the marine, automotive and related industries.

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