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N-01 Management of aeronautical technology and engineering

This paper identifies some of the unique problems experienced by
the aeronautical sector and assesses the common key factors for
success. The theme is that these factors, the desired outcomes
such as safety and quality, can be improved by applying best
practice management and by using assessment tools. Yet the use of
a single model or standard is not sufficient to generate an integrated
management strategy. The motives for pursuing an integrated
strategy must be analysed, articulated to and supported by the entire

A08 - Analysis of the stability and controllability for the 50m KARI unmanned airship

The purpose of this paper is to analyze the dynamic stability and the controllability of the unmanned airship under development ; the KARI unmanned airship's over-all length of hull is 50m and the maximum diameter is 12.5m. For the analysis, the dynamic model of an airship was defined and aerodynamic derivatives were extracted from the wind tunnel test. The analysis results shows the efficiency of the control inputs such as control surfaces, thrust, tilting angle and differential thrust of motor at the low and high speed regime and the

A06 - Analysis of technical and economical criteria of advanced transport airships

On the basis of structural and parametric analysis and synthesis of LTA as complex engineering systems R&D have been undertaken to outline an overall appearance of advanced airships with high technical and economical indices. We've also analyzed cost indices of advanced transport airships with great payloads. The analysis
implies that expected airship expenses per 1 t×km can be 1.5-3 times lower as compared with airplanes and 7-10 times (at least) over helicopters.

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