Aerodynamics of the Helicopter
This book provides the reader with a physical understanding of helicopter behavior, and a capability to quantitatively predict such behavior Written
primarily for engineers and researchers, the book has also found wide readership amongst people, such as pilots and middle-level managers in industry and government, whose work requires them to have more than a general, qualitative understanding of the whys and wherefores of helicopter flight. Much of its success is credited to its approach which carefully guides the reader midway between a verbal, non-quantitative treatment on one hand, and a complex and highly mathematical exposition on the other.
Labels: Aeronautical Engineering