By Daniel P. Raymer
A superb textual content for aeronautical scholars aiming for the mainstream (ie jet-powered military/civil),industry.Not pretty much as good as Darrol Stinton's books. not anything approximately cooling liquid-cooled piston/rotary engines. The "Simplified For Hombuilders" model is sufficient for homebuilders for my part.
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