A study of the two-control operation of an airplane

Jones, Robert T
naca-report-579
1938


The two-control operation of a conventional airplane is treated by means of the theory of disturbed motions. The consequences of this method of control are studied with regard to the stability of the airplane in its unconstrained components of motion and the movements set up during turn maneuvers.

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