By A. Gessow
Basically written and good illustrated, this booklet presents the reader with a actual realizing of helicopter habit, and an ability to quantitatively are expecting such habit Written basically for engineers and researchers, the e-book has additionally came across large readership among humans, equivalent to pilots and middle-level managers in and executive, whose paintings calls for them to have greater than a normal, qualitative knowing of the whys and wherefores of helicopter flight. a lot of its good fortune is credited to its method which conscientiously courses the reader halfway among a verbal, non-quantitative therapy on one hand, and a posh and hugely mathematical exposition at the different. The emphasis on basics makes the booklet a terrific, certainly valuable, first step in the direction of the learn or use of extra refined and complete remedies
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Aerodinamycs of the Helicopter by A. Gessow