Aircraft systems: mechanical, electrical, and avionics subsystems integration, third edition summary chapter flight control surfaces high lift control systems electro-hydrostatic actuator (eha) secondary flight control.
As aircraft became more sophisticated, the control surfaces were actuated by the secondary control system and improve the performance characteristics of the .
Additionally, some aircraft are equipped with flaperons [figure 1-60] flaperons are ailerons which can also act as flaps flaps are secondary control surfaces on . The primary flight control surfaces 12-16 control aircraft movements about the aircraft the secondary control surfaces 18-22 influence the lift and drag of the aircraft 10 in summary, the architecture described herein includes the following.
Summary flight control surfaces primary secondary flight control interrelationship of flight control, guidance and flight management.