1964-01-01

LEM FLIGHT CONTROL - A STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 640227

Design requirements for the Flight Control System of America’s first manned lunar landing vehicle are discussed in terms of broad mission aspects.
Basic functions of the combined control-guidance-propulsion loop are discussed in relation to mission sequence of events.
Two critical design areas, reliability and the man/machine interface, are discussed in detail and some design approaches are reviewed.

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