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Radiative forcing A measure of the change in Earth’s radiative balance associated with atmospheric changes; Encyclopedia of Energy, Volume 1. r 2004 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. An aircraft is composed of systems that convert fuel energy to mechanical energy in order to perform work—the movement of people and cargo. This article describes how aircraft technology and operations relate to energy use. Historical trends and future outlook for aircraft performance, energy use, and environmental impacts are discussed.

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August, 12–20. Kerrebrock, J. L. (1992). ’’ 2nd ed. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Lee, J. , Lukachko, S. , Waitz, I. , and Schafer, A. (2001). Historical and future trends in aircraft performance, cost and emissions. Annu. Rev. Energy Environ. 26, 167–200. National Research Council, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board. (1992). C. Penner, J. , Lister, D. , Griggs, D. , Dokken, D. , and McFarland, M. ). (1999). ’’ Cambridge Univ. K. Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution (RCEP). (2002).

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