An analysis of bolter-hole spacing in aircraft carrier landings
Marshall, Kneale T.
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This paper presents an analysis of aircraft landing strategies on aircraft carriers. Optimal bolter-hole spacings are determined for various measures of effectiveness, and a short discussion is included on the use of automatic landing systems.
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