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Engineering - Mechanical Engineering | Advanced In-Flight Measurement Techniques

Advanced In-Flight Measurement Techniques

Boden, F., Lawson, N., Jentink, H.W., Kompenhans, J. (Eds.)

2013, XIX, 344 p. 271 illus., 135 illus. in color.

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  • Explains in detail up-to-date inflight measurement techniques
  • Presents the state of the art of measurements of both airplanes and helicopters
  • Discusses topics of wing deformation, propeller strength, air flow, heat, vortex and air pressure

The book presents a synopsis of the main results achieved during the 3 year EU-project "Advanced Inflight Measurement Techniques (AIM)" which applied advanced image based measurement techniques to industrial flight testing. The book is intended to be not only an overview on the AIM activities but also a guide on the application of advanced optical measurement techniques for future flight testing. Furthermore it is a useful guide for engineers in the field of experimental methods and flight testing who face the challenge of a future requirement for the development of highly accurate non-intrusive in-flight measurement techniques.    

Content Level » Research

Keywords » aeronautics - calculations of propeller loading - deformation measurements - flight testing - flow measurements - heat distribution measurements - helicopter studies - inflight measurement techniques - optical measurement techniques - propeller deformation measurements - surface pressure measurements - vortex measurements

Related subjects » Applied & Technical Physics - Mechanical Engineering - Mechanics

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