Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering
Copyright © 1999-2013 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Online ISBN: 9780470686652
About this Book
A Landmark Reference for the Science and Technology of Flight
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No major reference work comparable to Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering exists. In establishing what will truly be a landmark publication the Editorial team have commissioned original contributions from expert authors in the fields of engineering science that support the study and development of aerospace technology and vehicle design.
The Encyclopedia is structured in the following themes:
• Fluid Dynamics and Aerothermodynamics
• Propulsion and Power
• Structural Technology
• Materials Technology
• Dynamics and Control
• Environmental Impact and Manufacturing
• Vehicle Design
• System Engineering
Topics covered include mechanics, propulsion, guidance and control, electronics and instrumentation, communications, computer science, systems engineering, material science, fabrication and manufacturing, and physics. In addition, environmental science, noise and emissions are addressed in view of their growing importance to the aviation industry.
This online edition of the work features extensive cross-referencing and search functionality, and will be updated on a regular basis to keep abreast of advances in the field.
The Encyclopedia will serve as an invaluable resource for readers/users in academic and industry sectors including:
Professional Engineers and Technical Managers
Senior Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students and Researchers
College Lecturers and Industry Training Managers
Aviation/Aerospace Analysts and Consultants
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