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  1. The Advanced Avionics Handbook is a new publication designed to provide general aviation users with comprehensive
    information on advanced avionics equipment available in technically advanced aircraft. This handbook introduces the pilot
    to flight operations in aircraft with the latest integrated “glass cockpit” advanced avionics systems.
    Since the requirements can be updated and the regulations can change, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
    recommends that you contact your local Flight Standards District Office (FSDO), where FAA personnel can assist you
    with questions regarding advanced avionics equipment flight training and/or advanced avionics equipment questions about
    your aircraft.

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  2. Evolution of Avionics
    Avionics is a word coined in the late 1930s to provide a generic name for the increasingly
    diverse functions being provided by AVIation electrONICS. World War II and subsequent
    Cold War years provided the stimulus for much scientific research and technology development
    which, in turn, led to enormous growth in the avionic content of military aircraft.
    Today, avionics systems account for up to 50% of the fly-away cost of an airborne military
    platform and are key components of manned aircraft, unmanned aircraft, missiles and
    weapons. It is the military avionics of an aircraft that allow it to perform defensive, offensive
    and surveillance missions.
    A brief chronology of military avionics development illustrates the advances that have
    been made from the first airborne radio experiments in 1910 and the first autopilot
    experiments a few years later. The 1930s saw the introduction of the first electronic aids
    to assure good operational reliability such as blind flying panels, radio ranging, nondirectional
    beacons, ground-based surveillance radar, and the single-axis autopilot. The
    1940s saw developments in VHF communications, identification friend or foe (IFF), gyro
    compass, attitude and heading reference systems, airborne intercept radar, early electronic
    warfare systems, military long-range precision radio navigation aids, and the two-axis
    autopilot. Many of these development were stimulated by events leading up to World War II
    and during the war years.
    The 1950s saw the introduction of tactical air navigation (TACAN), airborne intercept
    radar with tracking capability and Doppler radar, medium pulse repetition frequency (PRF)
    airborne intercept radar, digital mission computers and inertial navigation systems. The
    1960s saw the introduction of integrated electronic warfare systems, fully automated weapon
    release, terrain-following radar, automatic terrain following, the head-up display laser target
    marketing technology and the early digital mission computer.

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  3. Preface
    Aeroelasticity is the study of the interaction of aerodynamic, elastic and inertia forces. For fixed wing
    aircraft there are two key areas: (a) static aeroelasticity, where the deformation of the aircraft influences
    the lift distribution, can lead to the statically unstable condition of divergence and will normally reduce
    the control surface effectiveness, and (b) dynamic aeroelasticity, which includes the critical area of flutter,
    where the aircraft can become dynamically unstable in a condition where the structure extracts energy
    from the air stream.
    Aircraft are also subject to a range of static and dynamic loads resulting from flight manoeuvres
    (equilibrium/steady and dynamic), ground manoeuvres and gust/turbulence encounters. These load cases
    are responsible for the critical design loads over the aircraft structure and hence influence the structural
    design. Determination of such loads involves consideration of aerodynamic, elastic and inertia effects and
    requires the solution of the dynamic responses; consequently there is a strong link between aeroelasticity
    and loads.
    The aircraft vibration characteristics and response are a result of the flexible modes combining with
    the rigid body dynamics, with the inclusion of the flight control system (FCS) if it is present. In this
    latter case, the aircraft will be a closed loop system and the FCS affects both the aeroelasticity and loads
    behaviour. The interaction between the FCS and the aeroelastic system is often called aeroservoelasticity.
    This book aims to embrace the range of basic aeroelastic and loads topics that might be encountered
    in an aircraft design office and to provide an understanding of the main principles involved. Colleagues in
    industry have often remarked that it is not appropriate to give some of the classical books on aeroelasticity
    to new graduate engineers as many of the books are too theoretical for a novice aeroelastician. Indeed,
    the authors have found much of the material in them to be too advanced to be used in the Undergraduate
    level courses that they have taught. Also, the topics of aeroelasticity and loads have tended to be treated
    separately in textbooks, whereas in industry the fields have become much more integrated. This book is
    seen as providing some grounding in the basic analysis techniques required which, having been mastered,
    can then be supplemented via more advanced texts, technical papers and industry reports.
    Some of the material covered in this book developed from Undergraduate courses given at Queen
    Mary College, University of London and at the University of Manchester. In the UK, many entrants
    into the aerospace industry do not have an aerospace background, and almost certainly will have little
    knowledge of aeroelasticity or loads. To begin to meet this need, during the early 1990s the authors
    presented several short courses on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics to young engineers in the
    British aerospace industry, and this has influenced the content and approach of this book. A further major
    influence was the work by Hancock, Simpson and Wright (1985) on the teaching of flutter, making use
    of a simplified flapping and pitching wing model with strip theory aerodynamics (including a simplified
    unsteady aerodynamics model) to illustrate the fundamental principles of flutter. This philosophy has
    been employed here for the treatment of static aeroelasticity and flutter, and has been extended into the
    area of loads by focusing on a simplified flexible whole aircraft model in order to highlight key features
    of modelling and analysis.

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  4. As an essential element of a radio system, the antenna has always been an interesting but
    difficult subject for radio frequency (RF) engineering students and engineers. Many good
    books on antennas have been published over the years and some of them were used as our
    major references.
    This book is different from other antenna books. It is especially designed for people who
    know little about antennas but would like to learn this subject from the very basics to practical
    antenna analysis, design and measurement within a relatively short period of time. In order
    to gain a comprehensive understanding of antennas, one must know about transmission lines
    and radio propagation. At the moment, people often have to read a number of different books,
    which may not be well correlated. Thus, it is not the most efficient way to study the subject.
    In this book we put all the necessary information about antennas into a single volume and
    try to examine antennas from both the circuit point of view and the field point of view. The
    book covers the basic transmission line and radio propagation theories, which are then used
    to gain a good understanding of antenna basics and theory. Various antennas are examined
    and design examples are presented. Particular attention is given to modern computer-aided
    antenna design. Both basic and advanced computer software packages are used in examples to
    illustrate how they can be used for antenna analysis and design. Antenna measurement theory
    and techniques are also addressed. Some special topics on the latest antenna development are
    covered in the final chapter.
    The material covered in the book is mainly based on a successful short course on antennas
    for practising professionals at the University of Oxford and the Antennas module for students
    at the University of Liverpool. The book covers important and timely issues involving modern
    practical antenna design and theory. Many examples and questions are given in each chapter. It
    is an ideal textbook for university antenna courses, professional training courses and self-study.
    It is also a valuable reference for engineers and designers who work with RF engineering, radar
    and radio communications.

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  6. this chapter is an introduction of the basic MATLAB commands and functions, procedures
    for naming and saving the user generated files, comment lines, access to MATLAB’s Editor/
    Debugger, finding the roots of a polynomial, and making plots. Several examples are provided
    with detailed explanations.

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  7. ریاضیات مهندسی فشرده - دکتر سرمدی

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  8. ریاضیات مهندسی - پروفسور شیدفر

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  9. معادلات دیفرانسیل با مشتقات جزئی

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  10. معادلات دیفرانسیل

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  11. Preface
    Digital electronics is essential to understanding the design and working of a wide range of applications,
    from consumer and industrial electronics to communications; from embedded systems, and computers
    to security and military equipment. As the devices used in these applications decrease in size and
    employ more complex technology, it is essential for engineers and students to fully understand both
    the fundamentals and also the implementation and application principles of digital electronics, devices
    and integrated circuits, thus enabling them to use the most appropriate and effective technique to suit
    their technical needs.

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  12. کتاب
    Signal and Systems Analysis

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  13. Preface
    Practising digital signal processing and digital system design for many years, and introducing and
    then developing the contents of courses at undergraduate and graduate levels, tempted me to write a
    book that would cover the entire spectrum of digital design from the signal processing perspective.
    The objective was to develop the contents such that a student, after taking the course, would be
    productive in an industrial setting in different roles. He or she could be a good algorithm developer,
    a digital designer and a verification engineer. An associated website (www.drshoabkhan.com) hosts
    RTLVerilog code of the examples in the book. Readers can also download PDF files of Microsoft
    PowerPoint presentations of lectures covering the material in the book. The lab exercises are
    provided for teachers’ support.
    The contents of this book show how to code algorithms in high level languages in a way that
    facilitates their subsequent mapping on hardware specific platforms. The book covers issues in
    implementing algorithms using fixed point format. The ultimate conversion of algorithms devel
    oped in double precision floating point format to fixed point is a critical design stage in system
    implementation. The conversion not only requires simple translation but in many cases also
    requires the designer to explore other structural options for mitigating quantization effects of fixed
    point implementation. A number of commercially available system design and simulation tools
    provide support for fixed point conversion and simulation. The MATLAB fixed point toolbox
    and utilities are important, and so is the support extended for fixed point arithmetic in other high
    level description languages such as SystemC. The issues of overflow, saturation,

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  14. Preface
    Dear Reader,
    There are many books on digital signal processing (DSP) around these days. The
    special flavor of this book is to give a broad overview of DSP theory and applications
    in different areas, such as telecommunications, control systems, and
    measuring and data analysis systems. Such a wide coverage would commonly
    require at least four or five different books.
    The first chapter of this book starts at the novice level with sampling,
    z-transforms and digital filters, but later chapters treat advanced topics like
    fuzzy logic, neural networks, information theory and Kalman filters. Since it
    is our sincere belief that bringing intuitive understanding of concepts and
    systems is by far the most important part of teaching, the text is somewhat
    simplified at the expense of mathematical rigor. At the end of this book, references
    for deeper studies of the different topics covered can be found. Some
    details might be difficult for you to grasp at once, especially if you have novice
    knowledge of DSP and its techniques; however, there is no cause for alarm. The
    most important first step in studying any subject is to grasp the overall picture
    and to understand the basics before delving into the details.
    As teaching aids, review questions and solved problems are included in
    all chapters. Exercises using MATLAB™ are also included. Furthermore, an
    accompanying web site is available where extra teaching material can be found
    (http://books.elsevier.com/companions/0750663448).
    The chapters are organized as follows:

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    Copyright 2004, David Calcutt, Fred Cowan and Hassan Parchizadeh.
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  17. کتاب

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  18. کتاب اویونیک

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  19. ‘Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology, Revised second Edition’
    provides coverage for a wide range of courses that contain electrical
    principles, circuit theory and technology in their syllabuses, from
    introductory to degree level. The chapter ‘Transients and Laplace
    transforms’, which had been removed from the second edition due to page
    restraints, has been included in this edition in response to popular demand.
    The text is set out in four parts as follows:
    PART 1, involving chapters 1 to 12, contains ‘Basic Electrical
    Engineering Principles’ which any student wishing to progress in
    electrical engineering would need to know. An introduction to electrical
    circuits, resistance variation, chemical effects of electricity, series
    and parallel circuits, capacitors and capacitance, magnetic circuits,
    electromagnetism, electromagnetic induction, electrical measuring
    instruments and measurements, semiconductor diodes and transistors are
    all included in this section.
    PART 2, involving chapters 13 to 22, contains ‘Electrical Principles
    and Technology’ suitable for Advanced GNVQ, National Certificate,
    National Diploma and City and Guilds courses in electrical and electronic
    engineering. D.c. circuit theory, alternating voltages and currents,
    single-phase series and parallel circuits, d.c. transients, operational
    amplifiers, three-phase systems, transformers, d.c. machines and threephase
    induction motors are all included in this section.
    PART 3, involving chapters 23 to 45, contains ‘Advanced Circuit
    Theory and Technology’ suitable for Degree, Higher National
    Certificate/Diploma and City and Guilds courses in electrical and
    electronic/telecommunications engineering. The two earlier sections of the
    book will provide a valuable reference/revision for students at this level.
    Complex numbers and their application to series and parallel networks,
    power in a.c. circuits, a.c. bridges, series and parallel resonance and
    Q-factor, network analysis involving Kirchhoff’s laws, mesh and nodal
    analysis, the superposition theorem, Th´evenin’s and Norton’s theorems,
    delta-star and star-delta transforms, maximum power transfer theorems
    and impedance matching, complex waveforms, harmonic analysis,
    magnetic materials, dielectrics and dielectric loss, field theory, attenuators,
    filter networks, magnetically coupled circuits, transmission line theory and
    transients and Laplace transforms are all included in this section.
    PART 4 provides a short, ‘General Reference’ for standard electrical
    quantities—their symbols and units, the Greek alphabet, common
    prefixes and resistor colour coding and ohmic values.
    At the beginning of each of the 45 chapters learning objectives
    are listed.
    At the end of each of the first three parts of the text is a handy reference
    of the main formulae used.

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  20. The field of aerospace is wide ranging and covers a variety of products, disciplines and
    domains, not merely in engineering but in many related supporting activities. These combine
    to enable the aerospace industry to produce exciting and technologically challenging products.
    A wealth of knowledge is retained by practitioners and professionals in the aerospace fields
    that is of benefit to other practitioners in the industry, and to those entering the industry from
    University.
    The Aerospace Series aims to be a practical and topical series of books aimed at engineering
    professionals, operators, users and allied professions such as commercial and legal executives
    in the aerospace industry. The range of topics is intended to be wide ranging, covering design
    and development, manufacture, operation and support of aircraft as well as topics such as
    infrastructure operations, and developments in research and technology. The intention is to
    provide a source of relevant information that will be of interest and benefit to all those people
    working in aerospace.
    Avionic systems are an essential and key component of modern aircraft that control all
    vital functions, including navigation, traffic collision avoidance, flight control, data display
    and communications. It would not be possible to fly today’s advanced aircraft designs without
    such sophisticated systems.
    This 2nd edition of Civil Avionics Systems provides many additions to the original edition,
    taking into account many of the innovations that have appeared over the past decade in this
    rapidly advancing field. The book follows the same successful format of the first edition, and
    is recommended for those wishing to obtain either a top-level overview of avionic systems or
    a more in-depth description of the wide range of systems used in today’s aircraft.

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  21. Introduction
    Since the beginning of manned flight, it has been recognized
    that supplying the pilot with information about the aircraft
    and its operation could be useful and lead to safer flight.
    The Wright Brothers had very few instruments on their
    Wright Flyer, but they did have an engine tachometer, an
    anemometer (wind meter), and a stop watch. They were
    obviously concerned about the aircraft’s engine and the
    progress of their flight. From that simple beginning, a wide
    variety of instruments have been developed to inform flight
    crews of different parameters. Instrument systems now
    exist to provide information on the condition of the aircraft,
    engine, components, the aircraft’s attitude in the sky,
    weather, cabin environment, navigation, and communication.
    Figure 10-1 shows various instrument panels from the Wright
    Flyer to a modern jet airliner.
    Aircraft Instrument
    Systems
    Chapter 10

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  22. The metric system is taken as fundamental, this being the educational basis in the UK. Imperial
    units are still used extensively, however, particularly in the USA but also by industry and other
    organizations in the UK. For dimensional examples in the text and diagrams, therefore, those
    units are used which it is felt have stood the test of time and may well continue to do so. Often
    units in both systems are quoted; in other cases reference may need to be made to the conversion
    tables set out below. In either system, units other than the basic one are sometimes used,
    depending on the context; this is particularly so for velocity, where for example aircraft flight
    speed is more conveniently expressed in kilometres/hour or in knots than in metres/second or in
    feet/second. The varieties used in the book are included in the table.

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  23. Introduction
    Since the beginning of manned flight, it has been recognized
    that supplying the pilot with information about the aircraft
    and its operation could be useful and lead to safer flight.
    The Wright Brothers had very few instruments on their
    Wright Flyer, but they did have an engine tachometer, an
    anemometer (wind meter), and a stop watch. They were
    obviously concerned about the aircraft’s engine and the
    progress of their flight. From that simple beginning, a wide
    variety of instruments have been developed to inform flight
    crews of different parameters. Instrument systems now
    exist to provide information on the condition of the aircraft,
    engine, components, the aircraft’s attitude in the sky,
    weather, cabin environment, navigation, and communication.
    Figure 10-1 shows various instrument panels from the Wright
    Flyer to a modern jet airliner.
    Aircraft Instrument
    Systems
    Chapter 10

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  24. This book would not have been completed without the help and support of many colleagues and
    organizations who provided valuable information with enthusiasm. A large proportion of the
    design and equipment examples were provided by ParkerAerospace andAirbus by virtue of the
    fact that they are (or were) the employees of the authors for many years. Parker Aerospace has
    become a major source for fuel systems equipment to the industry and the Airbus fuel systems
    “Center-of-excellence’’ based in Filton UK has become one of Parker’s major customers over
    the past decade.
    The authors feel that it is appropriate to name specific individuals who gave much of their
    personal time in helping this project come to fruition:
    Ron Bueter Ray Bumpus
    John Bunting James Chu
    Paul DiBella Chris Horne
    Alan Kocka Joe Monaco
    Mike Nolte Candy Parker
    David Sandy Tim Pullen
    John Passmore-Strong Ira Rubel
    In addition, the following organizations were an important source of information in support of
    the preparation of this book:
    AMETEK, Inc
    BAE SYSTEMS
    Boeing
    Bombardier
    Embraer
    GE Aviation

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