Fly-By-Wire Systems for Military High Performance Aircraft
In the early times of aviation, aircraft flight controls were purely mechanical systems comprised of pulleys and cables deflecting the aircraft’s control surfaces about their hinges. The control stick/pedal inputs applied by the pilot counteracted the aerodynamic forces acting upon the control surfaces.
KeywordsFlight Control Multiprocessor System Inertial Coordinate System Flight Control System Body Coordinate System
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