Discover the fascinating world of aviation by investigating aeronautics, with a closer look at aerodynamics and flight mechanics.
Mark Voskuijl is Assistant Professor in Flight Mechanics and Propulsion at Delft University of Technology since 2007, where he is responsible for various lectures, projects and final thesis work related to flight mechanics. His main research focus is on the flight mechanics of unconventional fixed- and rotary wing aircraft. He completed his PhD at the Flight Science and Technology research group of the University of Liverpool within the ‘helicopter active control technology’ project (HELI-ACT), that focusses on the benefits of novel active control concepts applied to the mutual improvement of handling qualities, flight envelope protection and structural load alleviation for helicopters.
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