Factors affecting the apparent longitudinal stick-free static stability of a typical high-wing light aeroplane

@article{Bromfield2012FactorsAT,
  title={Factors affecting the apparent longitudinal stick-free static stability of a typical high-wing light aeroplane},
  author={M. Bromfield and G. Gratton},
  journal={The Aeronautical Journal (1968)},
  year={2012},
  volume={116},
  pages={467 - 499}
}
Abstract Flying a light aeroplane involves a combination of pilot and aeroplane performing a set task, within a specific environment. The pilot is continuously sampling and selecting available sensory cues, interpreting those cues, making decisions and manipulating the primary controls (stick and rudder) to safely achieve flying objectives. The ‘feel’ of an aeroplane (a flying quality) is directly associated with the stick and rudder forces and how the aeroplane responds to control inputs… Expand
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