Finding Common Ground In Envelope Protection Systems

North, David M.
August 2000
Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/28/2000, Vol. 153 Issue 9, p66
Trade Publication
Examines the fly-by-wire flight control systems of the Airbus and Boeing aircraft in the United States. Comparison between the flight control designs of aircraft; Description of the mechanical features of Airbus aircraft series; Reason for the evaluation of the aircraft in controlled-flight-into-terrain situations.


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