List of Contributors Preface Section 1: New Vision for Future Aerospace Vehicles and Systems Section 2: Engineering Mathematics, Units, Symbols, and Constants Part 1: Trigonometric Functions and General Formulae Part 2: Calculus Part 3: Series and Transforms Part 4: Matrices and Determinants Part 5: Differential Equations Part 6: Statistics Part 7: SI Units Part 8: Conversion of Existing Imperial Terms Part 9: Abbreviations Part 10: Physical and Chemical Constants SECTION 3: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES Part 1: Statics of Rigid Bodies Part 2: Strength of Materials Part 3: Dynamics of Rigid Bodies Part 4: Vibrations Part 5: Mechanics of Fluids Part 6: Principles of Thermodynamics Part 7: Heat Transfer SECTION 4: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES SECTION 5: COMPUTING SECTION 6: MICROPROCESSORS, INSTRUMENTATION, AND CONTROL Part 1: Summary of Number Systems Part 2: Microprocessors Part 3: Communication Standards Part 4: Interfacing of Computers to Systems Part 5: Instrumentation Part 6: Classical Control Theory and Practice Part 7: Microprocessor-Based Control Part 8: Programmable Logic Controllers Part 9: The z-Transform Part 10: State Variable Techniques SECTION 7: AERONAUTICAL PROPULSION SECTION 8: ROCKETS AND LAUNCH VEHICLES SECTION 9: AEROSPACE STRUCTURES Part 1: Aircraft Loadings Part 2: Properties of Materials Part 3: Structural Considerations Part 4: Structural Dynamics Part 5: Spacecraft Structures SECTION 10: AERODYNAMICS, PERFORMANCE AND STABILITY AND CONTROL Part 1: Aerodynamics Part 2: Airplane Performance Part 3: Aircraft Stability and Control SECTION 11: AVIONICS AND ASTRIONICS Part 1: The Electromagnetic Spectrum Part 2: The Spacecraft Environment Part 3: Aircraft Environment Part 4: Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 5: Introduction to Radar Part 6: Optical Fibers and Lasers Part 7: Photovoltaics Part 8: Aircraft Flight Control Systems Part 9: Space Borne Instruments Part 10: In-Flight Computing Part 11: In-Space Computing SECTION 12: AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS SECTION 13: AERONAUTICAL DESIGN SECTION 14: ASTRODYNAMICS SECTION 15: SPACECRAFT Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Platform Technologies Part 3: Launch and Reentry Vehicles Part 4: Satellites Part 5: Orbital and Mission Spacecraft and Space Stations Part 6: Payload Management Part 7: Human Factors Part 8: Nutrition and Sanitation Part 9: Space Suits SECTION 16: EARTH'S ENVIRONMENT AND SPACE Part 1: The Earth and Its Atmosphere Part 2: The Near-Earth Space Environment Part 3: The Solar System Part 4: The Moon Part 5: Mars Part 6: The Sun-Earth Connection Part 7: Space Debris SECTION 17: AIRCRAFT SAFETY Part 1: Organizational Safety Program Part 2: Aviation Law Part 3: Accident Analysis Data Part 4: Risk Management Part 5: Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation SECTION 18: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE Part 1: The Economics of Maintenance Part 2: National and International Regulations Part 3: Maintenance Programs Part 4: Aircraft Structural Corrosion Part 5: Aerospace Paints and Protective Coatings Part 6: Airframe Maintenance Part 7: Engine Maintenance Part 8: Maintenance Human Factors Part 9: Extended Twin Operations (ETOPS) INDEX.
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