Aircraft Systems Mechanical, Electrical, And Avionics Subsystems Integration, 2nd Edition
by Ian Moir /
2001 / English / PDF
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Aircraft design begins with dreams and design requirements, and eventually proceeds to detailed drawings of every part of the aircraft being fabricated. To the outside world, the disciplines of aerodynamics and structures often seem most important – they lead to the overall shaping of the aircraft and to the design of the parts that, when fabricated and assembled, comprise the physical geometry of the aircraft. These are obviously important, but without some other things inside, the aircraft could never fly.