flight dynamics

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flight dynamics

[′flīt dī‚nam·iks]
(aerospace engineering)
The study of the motion of an aircraft or missile; concerned with transient or short-term effects relating to the stability and control of the vehicle, rather than to calculating such performance as altitude or velocity.
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3 utilizes four pneumatically actuated vibration hammers providing 6-DOF random vibration along the X,Y, and Z axes with roll, pitch, and yaw rotation.
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