Author: Ludomir M. Laudański
Title: Computational probability for aeronautical engineering
Cover: paperback, glued binding
The year of publication: 2002
Publisher: Scientific Publishers of the Institute of Aviation
Quantity pages: 227
Language of publication: english
Description: The book presents a succession of aeronautical engineering problems united in their formulation by the probabilistic approach. Initial chapters offer useful models of the random phenomena commencing with digital simulation of samples of stochastic processes. These processes further compose an input in airplane dynamics. Solutions obtained in this way are applied to assist the designing stage of an airplane prototype. They can also be considered as fatigue life programmed loading and as the means of predicting passenger comfort characteristics. The book is meant for aeronautical engineers and scientists interested in comutational probability applied to aeronautical engineering.