Date: 23 May 2010
Mathematical model of balancing for a vertical takeoff and landing disk-wing aircraft
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Basic principles of a mathematical model for disk-wing aircraft balancing and evaluation of power expenditure for flight as compared with a helicopter are presented.
Original Russian Text © A.M. Girfanov, V.V. Pavlov, 2010, published in Izvestiya VUZ. Aviatsionnaya Tekhnika, 2010, No. 1, pp. 3–7.
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- Mathematical model of balancing for a vertical takeoff and landing disk-wing aircraft
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