Aircraft System Identification: Theory & Practice
|Author||: Eugene A. Morell,Vladislav Klein|
Aircraft System Identification: Theory & Practice(English) by Eugene A. Morell,Vladislav Klein.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of both the theoretical underpinnings and the practical application of aircraft modeling based on experimental data – also known as aircraft system identification. Much of the material presented comes from the authors’ own extensive research and teaching activities at the NASA Langley Research Center, and is based on real-world applications of system identification to aircraft. The book uses actual flight-test and wind-tunnel data for case studies and examples, and is a valuable resource for researchers and practicing engineers, as well as a textbook for postgraduate and senior-level courses.
Eugene A. Morell
Eugene A. Morell has been a research engineer at NASA Langley Research center in Hampton, Virginia, since 1990. His research interests include flight dynamics, aircraft accident investigation, and all aspects of aircraft system indentification.
Vladislav Klein is Professor Emeritus of Engineering at the George Washington University, in Washington, D.C. He received his P.h.D. from Cranefield University, Cranefield, UK,in 1974. He worked at the aeronautical Research and Test Institute in Prague.