Cockpit design of modern highspeed aircraft has become greatly complicated by the need for providing sufficient visual field coverage for the pilot during take-off and landing. This paper is concerned with the problem of specifying minimum required down angles for forward and side vision from the cockpit. A method based on theoretical assumptions is presented, and includes a formula that considers the various factors involved.
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