Aircraft hydraulic systems: an introduction to the analysis of systems and components

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Wiley, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 137 pages
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A comprehensive introduction, suitable for both students and practicing engineers. Thoroughly explains the aircraft General Services and Flying Control Systems and their common components, covers the flying control unit, fluid compressibility, the performance of powered flying controls, stability, and methods for component selection. Worked examples, self-assessment exercises, numerical questions, and references are included.

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