Air Force Supports Electra’s eSTOL Flight-Controls Work STOL aircraft
Using distributed electric propulsion to blow air over the wing and flaps promises to enable ultra-short-takeoff-and-landing (ultra-STOL) capability but poses challenges for flight control because of the strong coupling between aerodynamics and propulsion, between generating lift and producing...

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