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Klicken Sie auf 2. Alle Produkte. Dick Collinson has spent his professional career in the avionics industry. Dick was awarded the Silver Medal of the Royal Aeronautical Society in in recognition of his most significant contribution to research and development for advanced avionic equipment and systems and to their service in the UK and abroad.
Importance and role of avionics. The avionic environment. Choice of units. Displays and man-machine interaction. Helmet mounted displays. Computer aided optical design. Head down displays. Data fusion. Intelligent displays management. Displays technology. Control and data entry.
Further reading. Aerodynamics and aircraft control. Aircraft stability. Aircraft dynamics.
Longitudinal control and response. Lateral control. Powered flying controls. Auto-stabilisation systems. Fly-by-wire flight control. Control laws. Redundancy and failure survival. Air data information and its use. Derivation of air data laws and relationships. Air data sensors and computing. Autopilots and flight management systems. Flight management systems. Avionic systems integration.
Introduction and background. Data bus systems.
Integrated modular avionics. Commercial off-the-shelf COTS. Unmanned air vehicles. Importance of unmanned air vehicles. UAV avionics. Glossary of terms. List of symbols.
List of abbreviations. From the reviews of the third edition: Good in-depth coverage is provided on topics such as displays, fly-by-wire controls, navigation, autopilots and flight management systems and system integration. It provides much theoretical information and calculations, particularly aimed at graduate and post graduate students.
There is also a chapter on UAVs, vehicles which are rightly described as being "dependent totally on avionic systems".
These are currently and increasingly used in military applications and also, in the future, for civil applications. Very comprehensive lists of reference documents are provided. A glossary of terms and a list of symbols are provided which are particularly useful to the student readers.
Inevitably, in such a dynamic industry, it will become out of date but it is written in such a way as to allow it to fill a very important gap in the aerospace literature for some years to come.