F-8 DFBW Pilot-induced Oscillations
From 1972 to 1985 the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center conducted flight research with an F-8C employing the first digital fly-by-wire flight control system without a mechanical back up. The decision was made to replace all mechanical control linkages to rudder, ailerons, and other flight control surfaces
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F-8 DFBW Pilot-induced Oscillations by National Aeronautics and Space Administration is licensed under a Creative Commons Public Domain 3.0 License.