Part of the “Technical Books” collection, the third volume in the “Aeronautical occupations” series focuses on the design of modern airplanes and helicopters: costs, certification, systems integration and more.
Following on from volume one, which covers air transportation, and volume two, which deals with in-flight testing and development (focusing in particular on the Rafale), this third book in the “Aeronautical occupations” series is dedicated to the design of new aircraft. Written by Claude Lelaie, a graduate of France’s leading school of engineering, the first pilot of the Airbus A380 and aeronautics expert, this book scrutinizes the most sophisticated airplanes and helicopters.
The book covers aerodynamic characteristics, navigation systems, safety, comfort, manufacturing cost, consumption reduction means, production processes and more. Whether working for companies involved in the production of transportation or combat aircraft, or civil or military helicopters, Claude Lelaie looks in detail at all occupations that are linked to the aeronautics sector! This series of works is aimed at students working towards a career in aeronautics, but also at aviation professionals and amateurs hungry for more knowledge.
Book. “Aeronautical occupations: designing new aircraft, volume 3″ (Métiers de l’aéronautique : la conception des nouveaux appareils, tome 3).” Éditions JPO. Part of the “Technical Books” collection. EAN13: 9782373010909.