About this book series

The series explores the technology and the science related to the aircraft and spacecraft including concept, design, assembly, control and maintenance. The topics cover aircraft, missiles, space vehicles, aircraft engines and propulsion units. The volumes of the series present the fundamentals, the applications and the advances in all the fields related to aerospace engineering, including: 

·         structural analysis,

·         aerodynamics, 

·         aeroelasticity, 

·         aeroacoustics, 

·         flight mechanics and dynamics

·         orbital maneuvers,

·         avionics, 

·         systems design, 

·         materials technology, 

·         launch technology, 

·         payload and satellite technology,

·         space industry, medicine and biology.

 

The series’ scope includes monographs, professional books, advanced textbooks, as well as selected contributions from specialized conferences and workshops.

The volumes of the series are single-blind peer-reviewed.

To submit a proposal or request further information, please contact:
Mr. Pierpaolo Riva at pierpaolo.riva@springer.com (Europe and Americas)
Mr. Mengchu Huang at mengchu.huang@springer.com (China)

The series is indexed in Scopus and Compendex

Electronic ISSN
1869-1749
Print ISSN
1869-1730
Series Editor
  • Sergio De Rosa,
  • Yao Zheng,
  • Elena Popova

Book titles in this series

  1. Amplifiers in Radio Receivers

    Characteristics, Operating Principles, and Efficiency

    Authors:
    • Sergey Viktorovich Dvornikov
    • Alexander Fedotovich Kryachko
    • Igor Anatolyevich Velmisov
    • Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny
    • Copyright: 2022
    • Published: 10 January 2023

Abstracted and indexed in

  1. EI Compendex
  2. SCOPUS
  3. zbMATH