AIAA Aerospace Design Engineers Guide (5th Edition) by The Design Guide Subcommittee of the AIAA Design Engineering

By The Design Guide Subcommittee of the AIAA Design Engineering Technical Committee(eds.)

The fifth revised and enlarged variation of this functional consultant offers a condensed number of wide-spread engineering reference facts in particular on the topic of aerospace layout. New fabric on air respiring propulsion, platforms engineering, and radar go part has been further to mirror fresh information in airplane design.
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